On 28 December 2013 11:55, Stephen Paul King <stephe...@provensecure.com>wrote:
> Hi LizR,
> That is what is not explicitly explained! I could see how one might
> make an argument based on Godel numbers and a choice of a numbering scheme
> could show the existence of a string of numbers that, if run on some
> computer, would generate a description of the interaction of several
> actors. But this ignores the problems of concurrency and "point of view".
> The best one might be able to do, AFAIK, is cook up a description of the
> interactions of many "observers" -each one is an intersection of infinitely
> many computations, but such a description would itself be the content of
> some observer's point of view that assumes a choice of Godel numbering
> Something doesn't seem right about this!
> It seems to suggest "multi-solipsism" or something along those lines -
which doesn't make it wrong, of course.
I await Bruno's answer with interest. I think he has already said something
about this, but I don't recall it being satisfactory, at least to my
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