On 28 December 2013 13:56, Jason Resch <jasonre...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The UDA is a comparatively short program, and provably contains the
> program that is identical to your mind.
To be more precise (I hope) - assuming that thoughts, experiences etc are a
form of computation at some level, the output (or trace) of the UDA, which
I seem to recall is designated UDA*, will eventually generate those
thoughts, experiences etc. Though if run on a PC it would probably take a
few googol years to do so (and require many hubble volumes of storage space
too, I imagine).
However, arithmetical realism assumes that the trace of the UDA already
> Similarly, all of the known laws of physics could fit on a couple sheets
> of paper. QM seems to suggest that all possible solutions to certain
> equations exist, and so there is no need to specify the initial conditions
> of the universe (which would require much more information to describe than
> your brain).
This sounds like the "Theory of Nothing" again.....?
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