2012/7/10 meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net>
> Why would you not expect a theory-of-everything to include the behavior of
> people? Note that 'govern' does not imply 'predictable'.
A phisicinst theory of everithing , despite the popular belief, does not
"govern" the behaviour of the people. No longer than the binary logic
govern the behaviour of computer programs. I can program in binary logic
whatever I want without limitations. the wetware whose activity produces
the human mind could execute potentially any kind of behaviour. Our
behaviour is not governed by anything related wth a phisical TOE, but by
the laws of natural selection applied to social beings. I can observe the
evolution of such behaviours (in a shchematic way) in a binary world within
a computer program as well. Robert Axelrod
it for the first time.
On the contrary, the antrophic principle tell you that is the mind the
determinant element for the existence of a TOE. A phisical TOE It is just
the playing field and the stuff upon things are made.
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