On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 9:59 AM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrot
> > A deterministic reality
We don't know that reality is deterministic and in fact right now the
overwhelming evidence very strongly suggests that it is not.
> might be unable to make an error at the "bottom level", but if it can
> emulate high level complex processes, like running some complex software,
> and such software can make an error with respect to the goal (like
And the only things we have found that have goals are humans and some of
the higher animals, there is not a scrap of evidence that anything else
does including reality or the universe or the multiverse if such a thing
turns out to exist. Thus although humans may like or dislike what the
universe does (I personally dislike the ban on faster than light travel
because Star Wars was cool) from the universe's point of view it can't do
anything wrong, or anything right for that matter.
John K Clark
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