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Posted Oct 29, '13 at 1:32pm

Moegreche

Moegreche

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Oh yeah - that's a really good point! It seems like the information we get would necessarily be limited such that meaningful predictions (at least in the relevant sense) would be ruled out.

 

Posted Nov 7, '13 at 12:20am

metalplastic

metalplastic

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Well that kinda takes the fun out of surprises.

 

Posted Nov 7, '13 at 4:20am

HahiHa

HahiHa

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Well that kinda takes the fun out of surprises.

Luckily we are not omniscient, and even if the world would be 100% deterministic, we wouldn't notice. The surprise spoil would be on a purely theoretical level :P

 

Posted Nov 11, '13 at 6:58pm

thecode11

thecode11

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determined actions is a interesting philophiscal (don't mind my bad spelling and inexperience) thought since we don't know everything we wouldn't know as HahiHa said and still it might or might not be true for there are millions of different possibilities for each action small or big leading to many more oh crap what i'm talking about is a different thought the many universes thought which is very interesting.

 

Posted Dec 2, '13 at 12:52am

metalplastic

metalplastic

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Luckily we are not omniscient, and even if the world would be 100% deterministic, we wouldn't notice. The surprise spoil would be on a purely theoretical level :P

Oh cool, there could still be surprise parties and other surprises. XD

 
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