On 7/24/2011 4:03 PM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
On 24 Jul 2011, at 19:14, Stephen P. King wrote:
I found an alternative to this that does not assume P = NP and that
an infinite computation can occur in 0 steps which I can show, at
least in Leibniz' case, is required.
I might be simple of mind, but I have no clue how an infinite
computation can occur in 0 step, unless you mean by that the "trivial"
fact that the computation exists in Platonia or in the block-universe,
or the block-mind-scape. That would contradict your critics of
I was considering Leibniz' proposed "pre-ordained harmony" idea.
AFAIK, it requires P=NP and an infinite computation in 0 steps, thus it
is impossible. My solution is similar to your UD that runs forever,
generating all possible universes as it goes.
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