On 23 Aug 2012, at 16:52, Jason Resch wrote:

The holographic principle places a finite bound on the amount of physical information that there can be in a fixed volume. This implies there is a finite number of possible brain states and infinite precision cannot be a requirement for the operation of the brain.

But normally the holographic principle should be extracted from comp before this can be used as an argument here.



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