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Posted by Alan on December 26, 2001 00:59:59 UTC

Hi Michael;

thanks for your reply. I forgot to say that you had already said it:
" Physics has a little way to go.
You can predict anything but the effects of
computation itself". True they forgot to count the counters.

Ironically so-called "M-branes" seem to me likely to end out as "M-brains"; counting involves a curious relativity. The structure of physics may look more and more like how the brain works. Maths already does.

Whatever number you start with (eg. 500) can be regarded as "1"; with its relations to other numbers seen as fractal-dimensions of it.

Jump from a "500 view" to a "10" view looks like neuron-firing as you go from one network of patterns to another.

Any number can potentially be seen as any other number: 500 monsters can be "what lies behind 1 closet door".

500 in the Monsters Inc. dimension, can be represented as 1 in another (door) dimension. Can imagine a "tall monster" dimension; maybe 10 monsters. Etc. etc. Math is just comparing and matching patterns; playing musical chairs, joining the dots, knowing the difference.

Ever wondered where the Yeti came from?

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