On 12 Sep 2011, at 22:16, Craig Weinberg wrote:

To say that complex things can result from very simple rules is true
enough, but it's circular reasoning that distracts from the relevant
questions: What are 'rules' and where do they come from?

You are the one assuming some physical reality. But mechanism can explains where such physical rules come from. They are consequences of addition and multiplication. More exactly, their appearances for the average universal machine are consequences of 0, +, and *.




How are they
enforced? Why would there be a difference between simple and complex
to begin with and what makes one lead to the other but not the other
way around?



They are all statically, but logically related.

Also, why do you make that argument, given that you seem to take for granted electromagnetism, that is Maxwell laws?


Bruno


http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/



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