On Wednesday, November 7, 2012 8:19:03 AM UTC-5, Stephen Paul King wrote: > > On 11/7/2012 7:42 AM, Craig Weinberg wrote: > > Can anyone explain why geometry/topology would exist in a comp universe? > > -- > Hi Craig, > > So far it seems that there is only a singular set of countable > recursive functions (or equivalent) and thus a single Boolean algebra > for the Universal Machine. If the BA (of the Universal number or > Machine) has an infinite number of propositions, how could it be divided > up into finite Boolean subalgebras BA_i, where each of them has a > mutually consistent set of propositions? > Additionally, how is 'time' defined by comp such that > transformations of topologies can be considered. > > It occurs to me that computation can only occur where topological position is borrowed from the physical, spacetime presence of persistent bodies. Sense and static realism must exist a priori to computation.
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