If computationalism is true, and computation is the source of
conscious experience, then shouldn't we expect that what is
ontologically real is the simplest possible universe that can develop
and support physical systems that are Turing equivalent?

Does our universe look like such a universe?

If our universe doesn't look like such a universe, then wouldn't it be
reasonable to assume that ours is not the "real" universe, and that a
simpler reality underlies it?

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