On 12/20/2013 1:07 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

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The non-cloning theorem should be obvious, given that any piece of observable "matter"needs the entire UD* to get describe exactly, given that the appearance of matter isonly the result of the FPI on all computations (an infinite object).

`That seems to prove to much. Although QM says you can't clone an unknown state, you can`

`exactly reproduce a state; and elementary particles are elementary because they are`

`indistinguishable. Your reasoning above seems to imply that every bit of matter will be`

`unique, an infinite set of relations.`

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