On 7 November 2013 23:43, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> On 07 Nov 2013, at 04:40, Richard Ruquist wrote:
> I have no idea what the information capacity of a MWI multiverse is.
> 0, in Gods' eye.
Surely the information capacity of the multiverse is equivalent to the
information needed to specify the laws of physics?
I would guess the information capacity of all possible multiverses would
either be zero or perhaps whatever information is stored in maths (although
I guess that could be considered as zero).
> Infinity, from inside, and our partial relative position.
> Surely the information capacity as seen from our particular position isn't
infinite, although it is very large? I've heard the figure 10^120 bits
mentioned for the visible universe, which is - I assume - all we currently
have even potentially available.
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