On 9/25/2011 11:28 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

I mentioned QM only to mentioned a computer emulable theory of molecules.

`I find quite possible that QM explains biochemistry, given the incredible theory of
``chemistry the SWE equation allow (molecules and the electronic shape of atoms is really
``what QM explains the most elegantly and successfully, but this is besides my point).
`

`But you are coherent: if you want materialism, you will need a non turing emulable
``theory of matter, and of mind.
``Good luck, because it needs already some amount of work to conceive something not Turing
``emulable in math, and in physics, it is even more difficult.
`

But QM is based on complex numbers over the reals, which are already not Turing
emulable.
Brent
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