Re: random, was Predictions & duplications

From: jamikes <>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 15:44:55 -0400

Bruno, I appreciate your choice of incompressibility - as far as
mathematical views are concerned. How about a "random" choice of a color
from a hundred others? can this be algorithmic and incomressible?
Or a choice "at random" from available several routes, how to defend an
innocent accused in court?
I admire you, physicists, for writing an equation to everything. I cannot
find this applicable with infinite variables and infinite levels of
influences among applicable factors (=natural systems).
I do not find Russell's "choice without a cause" applicable without
interjecting "known" before 'cause'. Which does not mean deterministic
extremism, the choices are close and fractalously propagating into quite
diverse routes, so it is beyond designability how a later situation will

 John M
Received on Wed Oct 17 2001 - 13:46:48 PDT

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