Re: An All/Nothing multiverse model

From: John M <>
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2004 16:59:38 -0500

And why would 'Nothing' CHOOSE to SELECT anything?
Is there in 'Nothing' "something" that acts?
You wrotre "there is no reason why not", OK,, but why yes?

Furthermore in ALL with no (net) info there cannot be subcomponents, which
does mean a net info once chosen.
Does 'Nothing' destroy ALL by that?
What are the (nonexisting info) MAIN components of ALL?

I feel like the 9 blind scientists in the dark room chasing a cat that does
not exist.

John M
----- Original Message -----
From: "Hal Ruhl" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, November 26, 2004 1:40 PM
Subject: Re: An All/Nothing multiverse model

> I received a comment asking what I mean by "possible" in :
> "Within the All all the states of all possible universes informationally
> exist."
> Here I do not wish at this time to restrict the meaning of "possible".
> example some argue that "all logically possible worlds" is a correct
> view. While I do not oppose this view generally, I am having an off list
> discussion along the lines of: What does "logically possible" mean?
> I received another comment:
> >Furthermore ALL has no info, since it has ALL equally. How can Nothing
> >"choose" "information" from the nonexisting info to replenish its
> >info? Does it make it by selectively reducing ALL?
> The All contains all information, but has no net information. There is no
> reason why the Nothing can not spontaneously breach the Everything and
> start to ingest [at random] sub components of the All which is exactly
> the evolving Somethings are doing - as waves of "physical reality" - which
> at any stage of the ingestion except the last one divide the All into two
> sub components.
> Hal
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