From: Paul Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 27 2003 - 15:04:15 MDT
According to Tegmark, in an infinite level 1
multiverse, there are 2 to the 10^120 possible states
that are possible within a given hubble volume before
it repeats. Since there are an infinite number of
hubble volumes, then one or more of these volumes
should exist with the MAXIMUM POSSIBLE INTELLIGENCE
that can exist in a given light cone. The same can be
said about the 2 to the 10^120 possible states of a
Hubble volume at Level 3 also.
Would this not be equivalent to a quantum computer
with 2 to the 10^120 qubits, whose program essentially
is to answer the life, universe and everthing. Is
this not equivalent to "Hithchikers Guide to the
Galaxy", except in this case the Level 1 Universe is
the computer, and whatever maximum intelligence is
achieves, is the answer?
Of course the same thing can be said about the much
larger computational space of Level 2, and even larger
still at Level 4. Although I suspect the maximum
amount of computation requires an observer, either
way, the end result is an infinite numbers of universe
achieving thier own unique maximum degree of
intelligence within the mathematical confines of that
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