Stephen P. King (email@example.com)
Sat, 02 Oct 1999 00:50:35 -0400
Ben Goertzel wrote:
> I see interactions within a single LS as involving bisimulation in a sense,
> due to quantum nonlocality.
> I see interactions as captured by GR and Newtonian mechanics as ~not~
> involving bisimulation
> When two LS's interact, from the point of view of classical and GR
> physics there is no bisimulation.
Yes, this follows from the material monism implicit in classical
theory... I suggest that Monism only occurs at the level of bound
states. Anytime (pun!) scattering occurs, there is a duality, whenever
time flows so does logic...
> But from the point of view of each individual LS, there is some
> quantum resonance and hence some bisimulation going on.
> I also see that this kind of bisimulation is quite different in detail
> from the kind that is defined in math papers. It is only approximate
> for one thing. However it may be algebraically capturable, in the
> sense that A's simulation of B should be a subalgebra of
> the algebra characterizing B...
Umm, so would how would the relation between B's (A'S) simulation of A
and A (B) be defined algebraically?
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