On 05 Feb 2013, at 13:47, Richard Ruquist wrote:
On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 7:32 AM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be>
On 04 Feb 2013, at 16:43, Roger Clough wrote:
I agree with Craig. And I've never understood how there can be any
consequence of an emulation,
or how it can be proven or not that comp works, since no comparison
If comp is true, then we can explain why we cannot prove it.
But we can refute it, because comp explains the details about what
physical reality can be. So to test comp, just compare the physics
from the emprical reality, and the comp physics.
If so, then string theory is true
as it also predicts explicitly the Standard Model.
However that is not sufficient evidence for physicists
to think string theory is true.
What is needed for string theory to be true
is new physics to be experimentally verified
like the string theory prediction of the viscosity
of the quark-gluon plasma which has already been verified.
Does comp predict any new physics that can be experimentally verified?
It predicts the whole of physics, including why there is a physics.
But, the math are very hard. Not unlike string theory, btw :)
The main advantage of comp is that it explains simultaneously the
quanta and the qualia, consciousness, and physical laws.
And then we have no choice in the matter. That's the UDA point. Comp
makes obligatory to derive physics from numbers or Turing equivalent.
So comp explains something that physicists are used to take for
granted: a physical reality.
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