On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 3:08 AM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> You have added the UTM and its variants to the pile. Any of these could be
> just as right as you think COMP is.
> I have no idea about the truth status of Digital Mechanism, except nothing
> in nature suggest it to be false. On the contrary, the main startling
> consequence of digital mechanism (non locality, first person indeterminacy,
> symmetry at the bottom, etc.) are confirmed by the empirical study of
> nature. But I am open to the idea that comp may be false. That is why I
> study it: to show it falsifiable and thus scientific in Popper sense.
The part about symmetry at the bottom being a consequence of mechanism
intrigued me. How is symmetry at the bottom related to mechanism?
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