From: Patrick Crenshaw (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 22 2005 - 09:13:21 MST
Actually, if you look at the amount of Kolmogorov complexity in a
number like pi, you'll see that it isn't very great. Far too little to
contain anything like our universe.
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005 22:15:27 -0800 (PST), Thomas Buckner
> --- Damien Broderick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > >what about, say, a running
> > >calculation of a number such as pi or phi?
> > There
> > >may exist in some such numbers an infinite
> > number
> > >of unique sequences mathematically equivalent
> > to
> > >a complete description of our Hubble volume
> > (and
> > >everybody in it) and every other possible
> > >universe on all Tegmark levels.
> > Damien Broderick
> Aha! Thank you. I knew I couldn't be the only one
> thinking that.
> Tom Buckner
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