On 18 January 2014 11:39, Stephen Paul King <stephe...@provensecure.com>wrote:
> Dear John,
> I invite your comment on a statement and question: *There is not
> observable difference between "X is non-computable" and "there does not
> exist sufficient resources to complete the computation of Y".*
> Are X and Y effectively the same thing, everything else being equal? If
> there is a difference that makes a difference, what might it be?
In other words, is anything non-computable because of some theoretical
reason, rather than "merely local geographical" ones (which might cease to
be restrictions if, say, our local even horizon expands, or we construct
wormholes to other universe) ?
Surely the halting problem?
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