On 14 January 2014 02:40, Edgar L. Owen <edgaro...@att.net> wrote:
> My computational space is not a physical dimensional space. It's a logical
> information space. There are no metrics, topology, or parameters. These are
> all properties of dimensional spaces. Dimensional spaces are part of the
> computational results that emerge FROM computations in computational
> space, which is purely logical and abstract.
Yet again we know what your theory isn't but you fail to explain what it
is. What is a logical information space?
Do NOT refer me to a previous post or say you've explained this before. If
your ideas are any good you should be able to summarise them as necessary.
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