What does the pronoun "its" refer to in this sentence? The UD or the universe? 
How can something be the result of a process going through it? It has to exist 
already before anything can "go through it". Doesn't it? Could either Quentin 
or Bruno please render this thought in French, please? I will understand it 
better. Thanks.

Kim Jones 

On 13/07/2011, at 2:29 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

Actually Quentin wrote:

>> No he is saying that the univese is the result of an infinity of computation 
>> going through its current state...

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