Re: UDA revisited

From: George Levy <>
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2006 21:19:51 -0800

Russell Standish wrote:

>It seems that there are three possibilities:
>1. Causal chains are infinite and unbounded.
This approach is totally decoupled from the observer. It leads to an
objective point of view.

>2. Causal chains are infinite but bounded (the causal chain is
But then the case reverts to infinite and unbounded because you need a
meta level to explain the loop.

>3. Casual chains are finite and bounded (first cause is needed)
The boundary can be taken as the "I." In other words the Anthropic
principle can provide an initial causal point represented by all the
characteristics of own own consciousness. The first cause is one's own
existence. This approach requires an observer and leads to a relative
point of view since each observer provides his own first cause.


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