Another comment on the paper: arXiv:1202.3395v1 [physics.hist-ph}

On Feb 15, 10:27 am, John Clark <> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2012  Bruno Marchal <> wrote:
> > can a virtual typhoon makes you wet?
> I don't know, it depends on whether "you" are in the same level of reality
> as the typhoon. I do know for certain that a real typhoon can't make the
> laws of physics wet because they exist at different levels, although I
> don't really have a way of determining if the storm is "real" or not, all I
> can do is tell if its at the same level as me or not. I can also say that
> some things behave much the same regardless of what level they are in,
> things like arithmetic and logic and consciousness.
>   John K Clark

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