Talk:David Deutsch

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  • Is the human race a universal constructor?
  • The theory of computation has traditionally been studied almost entirely in the abstract, as a topic in pure mathematics. This is to miss the point of it. Computers are physical objects, and computations are physical processes. What computers can or cannot compute is determined by the laws of physics alone, and not by pure mathematics.
  • The size of the universe is no more depressing than the size of a cow.
    • May be a misquotation of [1]