do you have some idea about "LIFE", not the '*Game *of it'?
Are there disclaimers that may lead to a STATE - callable 'life'?
I would not rely entirely on the biology, life may be much more and not
quite(?) moelcularly bound. How is 'mentality' involved? Changes??? (and I
mean: self induced ones!)
We have a very limited image of Mother Nature. Is 'life' more, or less than
our limited knowledge of 'nature'?
Please do not forget: I am an agnostic and believe in many many facets of
the Entirety we know nothing about, yet supposedly exist beyond our world.
Is a 'self-induced change' L I F E ? How induced?
The question is exciting, I would learn more about it.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 1:43 PM, Evgenii Rudnyi <use...@rudnyi.ru> wrote:
> I have listened to Sean Carroll's Big Picture. His world view is actually
> similar to the Game of Life, well, the rules are a bit more complicated.
> Below is the link to the equation that he proposes.
> Carroll claims that his equation describes human beings as well. He takes
> a compatibilist position in respect to free will: free will is compatible
> with the determinism. At the same time, he says that his equation is the
> very strong intellectual achievement of the mankind.
> I thought that it could be possible to invent some sort of the Game of
> Life where during the system evolution one gets the rule of the game
> printed on the screen. In my view, this should be somewhat analogous to
> what Carroll says. Well, it is hard to say in what form the rules of the
> game should appear, but this after all gives some freedom to invent such a
> I should mention that I mean nothing fancy. "Explaining" is meant in pure
> epiphenomenal fashion: an equation spontaneously appeared on a sheet of
> paper, nothing else.
> What do you think? Could it be possible to invent a self-explaining Game
> of Life in that sense?
> P.S. Carroll's Game of Life:
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