[ExI] Simulation physics and theology for Qubitzers

Giulio Prisco giulio at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 04:53:29 UTC 2017

I read this passage as a contrast between two types of quantum
simulations - both start with condensed matter in a 3D reality, and
generate two different simulated realities, one 3D and one 4D.

In my analogy God is the intelligent agency that controls the
condensed matter in the base reality,

Interesting idea on using the bulk as a remote back-up for mind
storage. This could happen spontaneously, or be engineered.

On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 5:09 AM, Jordan Hosmer-Henner
<jordanhh at gmail.com> wrote:
> In contrasting a classical simulation and a quantum simulation, Susskind
> writes,
> "But there are some big differences.  In the case of the block, the bulk
> space really is the three-dimensional volume of the block.  It exists in
> ordinary laboratory space.  By contrast, in the case of CFT-supporting
> shells, something much more subtle is at work.  The bulk is not part of
> ordinary space:  it is not the shell:  it is not the hollow space inside the
> shell. These are all part of the lab.  The bulk space is a pure
> manifestation of entanglement and complexity."
> The philosophical comment in the parent about g-d as being the generator of
> the membrane above us, is bleh. But more interesting me to is that the bulk
> could be used to for a remote back-up for mind storage because the speed of
> light within would be slower.
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