[extropy-chat] [COSMO-ASTRO] Weighing the Universe
dirk at neopax.com
Fri Apr 29 03:07:03 UTC 2005
Damien Broderick wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 07:10:24PM -0400, Dan Clemmensen wrote:
>> > True, the information-mass of a simulation is incredibly
>> > tiny by comparison with the "real" mass of a "real" universe, but
>> it is
>> > not zero.
> At 01:41 AM 4/29/2005 +0200, Gene wrote:
>> This assumes the simulation metaverse is identical with this
>> universe. For
>> multiple reasons, it is unlikely that the metaverse physics is
>> similiar to
>> this universe's physics.
> You don't think it's a safe bet that however exotic the physics of any
> hypothetical substrate metaverse, information will not travel or be
> stored or transformed free of cost?
Not necessarily if c->infinity in some universes
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