On Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 05:01:48PM -0700, Chris de Morsella wrote:
> >> I don't see what the sense of self has to do with it...
> 
> Hi Russell  ~ In the sense, that by having a "sense of self" we have
> inescapably already separated our "self" from any possibility of seeing from
> the perspective of a universal point of view... the all that is and can be. 
> 

Ahh - that's the source of the misunderstanding. A "universal point of
view" (if such a thing can actually exist) is not the same thing at
all as a "universal machine". A universal machine is defined as a
machine capable of emulating any other machine, given an appropriate program.

Cheers

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