[time 538] Re: [time 537] Theory of cs should predict its own discovery

Hitoshi Kitada (hitoshi@kitada.com)
Sat, 14 Aug 1999 02:18:45 +0900

Dear Matti,

Matti, do you understand Japanese or/and Asian mind?

Best wishes,

----- Original Message -----
From: Matti Pitkanen <matpitka@pcu.helsinki.fi>
To: Stephen P. King <stephenk1@home.com>
Cc: <time@kitada.com>
Sent: Friday, August 13, 1999 7:34 PM
Subject: [time 537] Theory of cs should predict its own discovery

> Hi all,
> reading of Pratt's paper stimulated to ponder again old idea.
> Theory of physics and cs should allow its own discovery.
> This somehow corresponds to the idea that mental-->physical
causation and
> its inverse imply physical and mental laws.
> The notion of self gives some hopes of this. There is infinite
> hierarchy of selves. The subjective memories (=short term
> of selves in hierarchy have increasingly longer temporal
> Already our short term memories contain something like 10^40
> jumps.
> And at the top there is entire Universe, God, who subjectively
> everything about the infinitely many quantum jumps
> already occurred and whose contents of consciousness is determined
> infinite series of abstractions provided by infinite number
> of subselves providing symbolic representations for what is
> there. Abstraction is wonderful thing: the sins of average
> self are abstracted and averaged for so many times that God
> cannot decide who did it. Selves at various levels can
occasionally get
> enlightened by entanglement, which perhaps makes possible
> between various levels of the hierarchy.
> The universe should be able to discover quantum
> jump since the simulations provided by geometric time development
> are not reliable. Expectations provided by geometric memory are
> not identical with reality coded by subjective memory. Besides
> other selves behaving in unpredictable manner and having totally
> different belief systems, are a continual nuisance for all
> selves except God. Selves feel sad and disappointed but sooner or
> some self abstracts the notion of quantum jump (between quantum
> histories).
> Abstraction process involves estimation of frequencies for
> quantum jumps made possible by long temporal series of quantum
> jumps stored in subjective memory: pinary cutoff is crucial
> in making this process possible since states sufficiently close
> each other are identified and statistics becomes possible. From
> this it is not long route to unitary S-matrix. If self can
> compare its subselves and quantum jumps in the subjective
> memory, it sooner or later discovers the notion symmetries:
> quantum jumps occur with same probabilities.
> If some self somewhere manages to discover the Platonic Realm of
> Ideas and that Infinite-Dimensional Consistency Implies Existence,
> Royal Road to Infinite-Dimensional Kahler Metric with
> Infinite-Dimensional Spinor Structure uniquely determined by
> Infinite-Dimensional Isometry Group is wide open(;-)!
> Best,
> MP

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