2009/1/7 Abram Demski <abramdem...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I would not deny causality in such a universe so long as the logical
> structure enforces the Life rules (meaning, the next level in the
> stack is *always* the next life-tick, it couldn't be something else...
> which is true by supposition in the block world).
>
> Perhaps that still counts as a magical requirement for you, though.

So if the boards were shuffled, or separated by arbitrary distances,
the causality would go and the computation (perhaps a conscious
computation) would no longer be implemented? What justification is
there for adding this requirement?


-- 
Stathis Papaioannou

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