[FoRK] This read like a post here...

Lucas Gonze lucas at gonze.com
Sat Jul 31 12:09:33 PDT 2010

> On Friday, July 30, 2010, J. Andrew Rogers <andrew at ceruleansystems.com>

> >From that assumption, the Invariance Theorem forces you to work with fewer
> bits at each level of simulation recursion within a given volume.
> Consequently, each simulation level is computationally less expressive than
> the one above it because it is restricted to simpler algorithms.
> At some point, recursion terminates because you run out of bits.

I see where you're at now.  Yup.

Which goes to show that there would always be leaks in the physics of a
simulated universe.

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