On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 7:09 PM, Felix Hoenikker <fhoenikk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Sorry again, but I want to add one thing:
> The broadest mathematical closure of "the existence of computation",
> "the observation of consciousness anywhere" suggests the following, in
> my mind: all possible numbers (including transfinite-ones) are, in
> fact, self aware substructures in the mathematical universe,
> recursively "communicating" to "each other" by exchanging bits in an
> attempt to develop the algorithm which compresses themselves to a
> single state, which represents the number "one", after which it
> promptly forgets and starts all over again, everywhere, and all at
> once.

You know, there is a lot to be said for making statements that are
verifiable. Ideas are nice, but they've got to have some scientific
value, surely ...

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