This question is inspired by another question here on stackexchange on the mathematical universe hypothesis. Someone pointed out only computable structures are admissible, and all possible computable structures exist. Isn't this compatible with Schidhuber's idea of a computer program multithreading over all possible programs? Can this possibly be the underlying reality? If we are in one thread, we will be unaware of all the other threads. Isn't that so neat?
closed as off topic by David Zaslavsky♦ Oct 14 '11 at 22:58
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