On 1/10/2014 1:04 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:

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On 09 Jan 2014, at 23:00, Stephen Paul King wrote:Dear LizR, That is the key question that remains, IMHO, unanswered.It is answered, completely.On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 4:45 PM, LizR <lizj...@gmail.com <mailto:lizj...@gmail.com>> wrote: On 10 January 2014 10:33, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net <mailto:meeke...@verizon.net>> wrote: I think the question is whether comp determines that the world is (locally) Lorentz invariant. If it is, then c is just a unit conversion factor between the + and - signature terms. It's value is arbitrary, like "how many feet in a mile", which is why it is now an exact number in SI units. Oh yes, I seem to remember that physicists like to set c (and h?) to 1. So does comp predict that any TOE will have a unique solution - namely the one we experience?Only from what we have just experienced before. Comp does not predict the existence ofthe moon, but should predict the physical laws, that is, what is invariant for allobservers/machines.So is this an alternative to the WAP - we experience a universe compatible with our existence because such a universe has to drop out of the interations of conscious beings in Platonia?As I said, comp uses only a conditional probability, not a bayesian relation, which canstill be used for geography and history. But the physical laws are defined by thegeneral measure on the computation, which must exist with comp, and is given by thematerial points of view (Bp & Dt, mainly).

`But can you prove within comp that there must be physical laws, can you prove that`

`solipism is false, that it's not ALL geography and we have nothing to thank for our`

`existence but WAP?`

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