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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 20, 2001 00:30:13 UTC

To quote you,

"any logical analysis must require
inclusion of the possibility that any
symmetry which is conceivable could have
been generated by that undefined process;"

This exactly what I am talking about. You do not use any conceivable symmetry. You use very specific symmetries which amount to assumptions and result in the laws of physics.

Apparently you do not know what computability is. Read some of Goedel stuff, like in Penrose's book.
It does not mena arithmetic

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