On 15 Oct 2013, at 19:31, meekerdb wrote:
On 10/15/2013 3:54 AM, Quentin Anciaux wrote:
2013/10/15 Richard Ruquist <yann...@gmail.com>
Bruno: On the contrary: I assume only that my brain (or generalized
brain) is computable, then I show that basically all the rest is
not. In everything, or just in arithmetic, the computable is rare
Richard: Wow. This contradicts everything I have ever though Bruno
was claiming. How does anything exist if it is not computed by
"the" or "a" machine? And I thought the generalized brain did the
computations, not that it was only computed. How does Bruno show
that "all the rest" which presumably includes energy and matter is
not computed. Bruno is constantly confusing me.
Energy and matter (and the universe whatever it is), is composed by
What does "sum" mean? And how does is constitute a piece of matter?
of the infinity of computations going through your state.... as it
is defined by an infinity of computations (and not one), it is not
But that's not a definition. It's saying the piece of matter is
*constituted* by an infinity of computations.
That is a misleading phrasing. The matter is not constituted of
anything. It is an appearance coming from the FPI on all computations.
But what associates the computations to a piece of matter that we
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