3p(1p) = FALSE, 3p(3p(1p))) = TRUE (?)

```<SNIP>
Dear Bruno,

WHOEVER:   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? ```
```
BRUNO: We assume comp.  If a digital computer processes the activity of your
brain in dream state with white rabbits,
it means that such a computation "with that dream" exist in infinitely many
local "incarnation" in the arithmetical (tiny, Turing universal) reality.

If you do a physical experience, the hallucination that all goes weird at that
moment exists also, in arithmetic. The measure problem consists in justifying
from consistency, self-reference, universal numbers, their rarity, that is why
apparent special universal (Turing) laws prevails (and this keeping in mind the
1p, the 1p-indeterminacy, the 3p relative distinctions, etc.)

ROGER: IMHO In either case, the dream or hallucination, I maintain
that a computer cannot directly share your experience or even have
an experience period. Or to use notation, 3p(1p) is impossible.
That is I think the solipsism problem.

If I have it right, 3p(1p) = FALSE

However, my report of the dream would be 3p(1p), and a computer
can in the 3p sense, "understand" my 3p(1p). That is to say,

3p(3p(1p))) = TRUE.

Note that I am not at all proficient regarding logic.

Bruno

http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/

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