On 30 Jan 2013, at 09:30, meekerdb wrote:

On 1/29/2013 6:24 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
Comp predicts an infinite past.

What does that mean? That the UD has performed infinitely many steps before *now*?

Before the 1-now, yes. By first person indeterminacy, all the computations seem to be extended. Keep in mind that the physical reality is given by a relative first person experience, which by the invariance of the 1p for the delays, is given by all computations.




 Or do you propose a more physical measure based on entropy?

That need to be extracted, plausibly from the facts that the "winning" computation can handle the many incompressible oracles, that is: the very big inputs in the programs run by the UD.

Bruno




Brent

But that infinity can play before the big bang, but also, perhaps, after, like if time was infinitely condensed in the first instant "after" the big-bang.

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