Re: KIM 2.3 (was Re: Time)

2009-01-05 Thread Thomas Laursen
PS. Of course space and time exist, even if only in consciousness, but I guess you know what I mean :) On Jan 5, 1:10 am, Thomas Laursen krimma...@gmail.com wrote: I admit that consciousness is a bit special but what about time as (nothing but) a space dimension? Do you agree on this? (put

Re: KIM 2.3 (was Re: Time)

2009-01-05 Thread Abram Demski
Thomas, If time is merely an additional space dimension, why do we experience moving in it always and only in one direction? Why do we remember the past and not the future? Could a being move in some spatial dimension in the same way we move through time, and in doing so treat time more like we

Re: Kim 2.4 - 2.5

2009-01-05 Thread Bruno Marchal
On 03 Jan 2009, at 12:59, Kim Jones wrote: Bruno, In this step, one of me experiences (or actually does not experience) the delay prior to reconstitution. In Step 2, it was proven to me that I cannot know that any extra time (other than the 4 minutes necessary transmission interval) has

Re: KIM 2.3 (was Re: Time)

2009-01-05 Thread Bruno Marchal
On 05 Jan 2009, at 01:10, Thomas Laursen wrote: I admit that consciousness is a bit special but what about time as (nothing but) a space dimension? Do you agree on this? The physicist in me don't know. But he likes the universal equation of the multiverse E = 0, in which physical time

Re: Boltzmann Brains, consciousness and the arrow of time

2009-01-05 Thread Bruno Marchal
Hi Günther, I agree with your main point. My comments below concerns only details. On 03 Jan 2009, at 23:53, Günther Greindl wrote: Hi Bruno, first of all thanks for the long answer, and yes, it was very helpful. You described the production of all reals with a very vivid imagery; it

Re: Boltzmann Brains, consciousness and the arrow of time

2009-01-05 Thread Günther Greindl
Hi Stephen, Stephen Paul King wrote: Nice post! Coments soon. Thanks :-) Looking forward to the comments. Speaking of Svozil's work, please see: Cristian S. Calude, Peter H. Hertling and Karl Svozil, ``Embedding Quantum Universes in Classical Ones'', Foundations of Physics 29(3),

Re: KIM 2.3 (was Re: Time)

2009-01-05 Thread Brent Meeker
Abram Demski wrote: Thomas, If time is merely an additional space dimension, why do we experience moving in it always and only in one direction? Why do we remember the past and not the future? Could a being move in some spatial dimension in the same way we move through time, and in doing