On 02 Oct 2013, at 22:12, meekerdb wrote:
On 10/2/2013 9:26 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
I agree with Brent though on this. Your UDA proceeds on the basis
that a computer in a single reality (not an infinite sum of
calculations - that comes later) can have a 1p.
Yes. It has 1p, it is not a zombie. But that 1p, for him, is really
defined by a cloud of similar and variant corresponding to its
indeterminacy domain in the universal dovetailing (= already in a
tiny part of arithmetic).
And doesn't this cloud correspond to the fuzzy, quantum description
of the underlying physics, i.e. the quantum state of the brain. And
isn't it, per Tegmark, quasi-classical.
Hopefully. because if it is not, it means that either
computationalism, or quantum mechanics is wrong.
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