Well, that's OK then.
Now we've cleared that up, I can repeat my original point:
On 10 January 2014 15:34, Edgar L. Owen <edga...@att.net> wrote:
> No, that's not the only way to falsify it. One merely needs to show it
> doesn't properly describe reality as I've just done. If you even assume a
> computational universe in the first place you have to assume (you are
> assuming) that it computes reality. The fact that reality exists is
> conclusive proof.
> That doesn't work for [Bruno's] comp, however, which doesn't assume a
computational universe. The assumptions it makes are a lot simpler than
that. I believe they are
The Church-Turing thesis
That consciousness is a form of computation
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