On 1/9/2014 5:15 PM, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
Stephen,

PPS: A computational universe, IF it computes clock times which it must, absolutely requires something besides clock time to be moving to provide the processor cycles for those computations to occur within. That something is a universal (extending across all of computational space) present moment time.

No it doesn't, c.f. William K. Wooters "Time Replaced by Quantum Correlations" IJTP v223 n8 1984.


It simply has to exist for comp to work....

You suffer from a severe lack of imagination.

Brent

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