On 10 January 2014 22:27, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> I don't think that there can be a single or multiple processor computing
> "the state of the universe". In fact there is no such universe. The
> universe is an appearance emerging, from below the substitution level, on
> all computations going through our current state. A single computation can
> hardly do that a priori, although this is not excluded, but this would lead
> to a newtonian-like type of reality. Everett confirms that such a
> computation cannot be unique, which is the default stance in the comp
> theory, although we cannot avoid at this stage some possible conspiracy by
> numbers leading to a unique computable reality.
> Surely a single computer could run the UD, at least until it wore out?
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