Re: An All/Nothing multiverse model

From: Hal Ruhl <>
Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2004 23:22:40 -0500

Hi Jesse:

The All contains inconsistent FAS [we have no issue here as far as I can
tell] and thus all of the theorems of such FAS as some of the kernels of
information simultaneously. [Do we have an issue here?] This content
makes the All inconsistent. [OK?] The All does not output anything - it is
internally inconsistent. [OK?]. A Something [see the original post] can
not evolve [its boundary moving through the All in an attempt to complete
itself ] consistent with its prior evolution because each new kernel
encompassed by its boundary changes the Something and further some such
kernels may be inconsistent with those kernels already
encompassed. [OK?] Further the consistent evolution of a Something would
be a selection [evolution according to some plan] which is not allowed [see
original post] [OK?] This in no way prevents any kind of string of states
from being encompassed. [OK?]

Received on Tue Dec 07 2004 - 23:25:16 PST

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