On Sat, Mar 30, 2013 at 04:15:54PM -0700, Joseph Knight wrote:
> True or False: COMP implies that any fundamental physical constant is non 
> computable?
> 

I would say false, unless you can say that pi is _not_ a physical
constant. Another example that springs to mind is the magnetic moment
of the neutron which is definitely physical, but maybe not fundamental.

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