Re: algorithmic complexity of God

Eugene Leitl (
Tue, 13 Jan 1998 19:02:54 +0300 (MSK)

On Mon, 12 Jan 1998, Michael Lorrey wrote:

[ universal fecundity, life a side effect of universe procreation? ]
> There are now not only scientists trying to prove this theory, but also
> some that are trying to disprove it.

This is interesting, but what are the odds in the game? I can imagine life
will/have/has/had usurped multiverse by iterations of altruistic
supercivilisations eventually producing lots of life-suitable universes
(the best of all possible worlds?), but we, parasites of chance?

Intuitively, it doesn't make sense. What are the arguments?