On 7/13/2011 2:40 AM, Quentin Anciaux wrote:
The universe as such does not exist. The mind of an observer can be captured by a computational state.


How is a computational state defined? We're talking about a Turing machine; so does the state include the state of the machine plus what's on the tape?

Brent

A computational state is reached by an infinity of computations.

The universe appearance (to the observer mind) is the result of this infinity of computations that interfere, because you supervene on all of them.

Quentin

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