Re: Statistical Measure, does it matter?

2007-04-02 Thread John Mikes
It's getting such and sucher - the multiple, back-and-forth gets dizzying. So I will copy certain sentences of the Stathistical discussion for reflection.-Below is the orig.Maze. John --- JM earlier: What else can we 'imagine'? Ideational -- of whom? Mine? Yours? I

Re: Statistical Measure, does it matter?

2007-04-02 Thread James N Rose
John M, et al, It is a fact of existential experiencing that minds are typically so innured to their millieu and environmental encounters that 'alternative interpretations' are overlooked and missed to appreciation and understanding. --- When it became apparent to me that QM -and-

Re: Evidence for the simulation argument

2007-04-02 Thread Mark Peaty
Bruno: With comp, what holds 'your lot together are the relation between numbers. The apparent third person infinite regression stops at the level of those relations. The first person is most probably confronted with many infinities, but this should not be considered as problematical.

Re: Evidence for the simulation argument

2007-04-02 Thread John Mikes
Mark, you asked interesting questions, but I think the fundamental ones are still 'out there': MP:(bold and in bold): I mean the big and unanswered question is WHERE are numbers? I would ask (joining your heresy): 1. Where did numbers come from? (an answer may be: They are GOD to believe in). 2.