On 01 Oct 2013, at 19:19, meekerdb wrote:
On 10/1/2013 5:54 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
CA are local. The universe cannot be a CA if comp is correct, and
the empirical violation of Bell's inequality confirms this comp
?? But CA are Turing universal, which means they can compute any
But with comp the universe is not computable. In fact, its apperant
computability is a problem for comp. But then it is not so much
computable, as we cannot compute what we will see in some Stern
Everett universal wave is computable, and that is something which have
to be explained in comp.
I think there is an an ambiguity in "be".
I mean the physical universe cannot be neither a CA, nor the effect of
running a CA, unless the trivial UD written in CA-language, but that
is already contained in a tiny part of arithmetic.
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