That seems to assume a prior existence of "quantum correlations" in a 
non-computational universe. Anyway it's just another unproven speculative 
theory. Why post it as if it proves something?


On Thursday, January 9, 2014 9:35:44 PM UTC-5, Brent wrote:
> 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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