On 8/18/2014 4:19 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
The laws will always assured the existence of computations in which you survive, and have that quantum MW aspects, but in some consciousness state we might live some "phase transition" between different physical realms. Obviously, we cannot get a physical reality in which there is no observers at all.
Why not? Are you saying there must have been observers in the early universe, even before the recombination? Must there be observers observing the interior of stars for them to be "physically real"? What does "physically real" mean in your theory?
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