Re: Re: All feedback appreciated - An introduction to Algebraic Physics

From: Brian Tenneson <>
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 17:04:43 -0700

Oh, I'd also like to guess that if O(x) means that x is an omniscient device
or oracle that the implications go this way:

O(x) ==> R([x])
O(x) ==> S(x).

The second one should be easy to prove while the first, for me, is less
obvious and possibly false.

Let's suppose that has any bearing on truth. Then the new implications are
O(x) ==> R([x]) ==> C(x) <== S(x) <== O(x).
(Graphically, this is a cycle.)

Therefore, an omniscient device must be conscious, self-aware, and appear
random (inconsistent, even!).

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