On 7/4/2013 5:31 AM, spudboy...@aol.com wrote:
Interesting Dr. Marchal,
Do you hold that Dr. Robert Lanza and Bob Berman, may be on to something then? Lanza is
a cell biologist, and Berman is an astronomer. They, together, came up with the theory
of biocentrism, as the trigger to make probability real. That life, even at its simplest
structures (bacteria) act as an observer to sense the universe, out of a cloud of
probabilities swirling around us. That, life consciously, and unconsciously selects the
physical cosmos. They have called it the Biocentrsm Theory. Maybe life is what causes
the math to process as axioms, as programs (if you are a Stephen Wolfram fan?) to emerge
from the great probability 'cloud.' Or, am I misunderstanding what you have intended? In
both cases, yours, and theirs, there is no specific, physical universe, because it
chrystalizes out of observation.
Except "life" is well modelled as chemistry and physics; so I don't see any gain in
introducing replication as a foundational concept.
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