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chris_at_decentral

I wonder if anyone has done the math on how many non-turing complete whole systems interacting creates a turing complete equilibrium if the systems continue to interact

chris_at_decentral

sorry my terminology in this domain is nearly zero

chris_at_decentral

or do you just do a formal solver with a few options and choose the one that results in the least errors and build the bridge there?

chris_at_decentral

what does the logic solver look like when multiple components are added together? the bridges must be real difficult to navigate?

chris_at_decentral

"THE BLUE BLOCKS ARE NOW MORE BLUE AND THERE IS A LONGER AMOUNT OF BLUE THAN YELLOW NOW I AM GOOD. I MUST REST. AND RETURN."

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chris_at_decentral

aho so the truth comes out. indeed. the network topology shall lead us into unnecessary loops!

chris_at_decentral

Turing Complete: It's *not Completely Necessary

chris_at_decentral

you don't want to allow contracts that can theoretically create skynet-level ais that are just really, really good at watching VM emulations of windows 95 disk defrag?

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chris_at_decentral

but what about turing complete?!?!?