Re: A sequel to my 1996 "ultimate ensemble theory" paper

From: William <>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 03:08:08 -0700

I've read the paper and still am reading the paper ...

I'm writing down my first thoughts, I was surprised you used the "free
of baggage" argument to argue that ERH ==> MUH, I would rather have
thought of a simulation kind of argument here but nevertheless,
Also, since there's no observational difference between ERH and a
Copenhagen interpretation of ERH, I do not see any kind of conflict
there either ?

Also, one big question I have after reading your paper, what is the
TOE or what would you consider to be the TOE ?

I guess it would be the initial conditions and everything which
influences our universe (even if we can not observe it ourselves).
Because in some way, the simple statement that everything mathematical
is also physical, is already a TOE as it explains everything.

Finally, if anyone would have a rigorous proof that the existence of
mathematics implies human existence (which I believe must be
possible), I would be very interested to hear that.

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Received on Wed Apr 25 2007 - 06:08:16 PDT

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