Reality doesn't seem to have any difficulty computing the results of random 
choices. That's how practically all computations occur. If we assume, or 
define, reality as computational then reality is computing random results 
by definition. It's obviously something that reality math does quite well.


On Sunday, December 29, 2013 5:34:45 AM UTC-5, Liz R wrote:
> On 29 December 2013 16:23, Edgar L. Owen < <javascript:>>wrote:
>> Brent,
>> No, reality just makes a random choice, that's the computation made. But 
>> the difference between reality math and human QM math is that reality 
>> actually makes an actual choice, whereas human QM math just gives us the 
>> probabilities of choices.
>> Big difference. Reality does the computation, human math doesn't.
>> How is making a random choice the same as doing a computation? 

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