[ExI] Do we live in a universe that allows infinite computation?
jedwebb at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 12 09:13:17 UTC 2011
and deities: This comes from systems of metaphysics that show that
(for the intensive purposes of mankind) deities can by prayed to at
any possible location, and at any point in time. However whether this
is changed by the speed of light, and fails at any given distance,
and whether this will change over a very long period of time, has not
Smart Alec Answer:
carry out infinite calculation at any given location in the universe
would require infinite electricity. The mass of electrons used would
form a black hole and any such computer would be destroyed.
Webb (Good morning from the UK)
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2011 21:24:10 -0700
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Subject: [ExI] Do we live in a universe that allows infinite computation?
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