On 9/2/2011 5:17 AM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
I have summarized my answers in respect to that the simulation technology falls short of
the simulation hypothesis at
It could be considered as some small empiric case study.
My practical experience with simulation has often been disappointing. It works best when
abstracting out a relatively small number of relations and simple physics. But on the
other hand, what can be simulated has vastly expanded over the 50yrs of my career. So
when this or that ambitious project fails I don't conclude that the trend is stopped.
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