On 10/19/2012 1:37 PM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

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On 17 Oct 2012, at 22:02, Alberto G. Corona wrote:2012/10/17 Alberto G. Corona <agocor...@gmail.com<mailto:agocor...@gmail.com>>2012/10/17 Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be <mailto:marc...@ulb.ac.be>> On 17 Oct 2012, at 10:12, Alberto G. Corona wrote:Life may support mathematics.Arithmetic may support life. It is full of life and dreams.Life is a computation devoted to making guesses about the future in order to self preserve . This is only possible in a world where natural computers are possible: in a world where the phisical laws have a mathematical nature. Instead of comp creating a mathematical-phisical reality, is the mathematical reality what creates the computations in which we live. So all kind of arbitrary universes may exist, but only (some) mathematical ones can harbour self preserving computations, that is, observers.OK. But harboring self-preserving computation is not enough, it must do in a first person measure winning way on all computations going through our state. That's nice as this explain that your idea of evolution needs to be extended up to the origin of the physical laws. I donĀ“t think so .The difference between computation as an ordinary process of matter from the idea of computation as the ultimate essence of reality is that the first restrict not only the mathematical laws, but also forces a matemacity of reality because computation in living beings becomes a process with a cost that favour a low kolmogorov complexity for the reality. In essence, it forces a discoverable local universe... , In contrast, the idea of computation as the ultimate nature of realtity postulates computations devoid of restrictions by definition, so they may not restrict anything in the reality that we perceive. we may be boltzmann brains, we may be a product not of evolution but a product of random computations. we may perceive elephants flying...And still much of your conclussions coming from the first personindeterminacy may hold by considering living beings as ordinarymaterial personal computers.Yes, that's step seven. If the universe is enough "big", to run a*significant* part of the UD. But I think that the white rabbitsdisappear only on the limit of the whole UD work (UD*).Bruno

Dear Bruno,

`Tell us more about how White Rabbits can appear if there is any`

`restriction of mutual logical consistency between 1p and in any`

`arbitrary recursion of 1p content?`

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