On 22 Jan 2013, at 18:44, Richard Ruquist wrote:
On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 12:11 PM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be>
You seem to not having yet realize that with comp, not only
materialism is wrong, but also weak materialism, that is, the
doctrine asserting the primary existence of matter, or the existence
of primary matter.
We are, well, not in the matrix, but in infinities of purely
arithmetical matrices. matter is an appearance from inside.
My point is not that this is true, but that it follows from comp,
and that computer science makes this enough precise so that we can
Is it possible that the existence of matter from comp as a dream of
the Quantum Mind happened once and for all time way back in time?
I am still unsure what you mean by "quantum mind". If by quantum you
mean the usual quantum mechanics, it should appear as the natural view
of arithmetic (numberland, computerland) seen from inside. You can say
that mind and matter exist as a view of the (totally atemporal and
aspatial) number reality. It is time itself which "appears", in a non
tempral sense, but a logical sense, from the elementary number
relation. As amazing it might seem, comp makes really a theory like
x + 0 = x
x + s(y) = s(x + y)
x *0 = 0
x*s(y) = x*y + x
((K, x), y) = x
(((S, x), y), z) = ((x, z), (y, z))
into authentical (and equivalent) "theories of everything" (mind,
force and stuff). The rest are definition and theorems. Those theories
are complete and even non completeable. If string theory is the
correct physics, then it has to be derived from the relation above.
And I can explain that we get more, as we will get the non
communicable part of truth too (the qualia). Normally we will go
through some steps of this on FOAR. On this list, I have explained
many things, but the list is too voluminous to search.
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