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April 08, 2010, 14:05

Seeing as how we can imagine in our minds the busy beaver function, we can see clearly just how large it gets and how fast. But there must be some way to play this out using physics. If a particle were sped up in six steps as fast as in the busy beaver problem, how fast would that particle be traveling? I only point this out because it must be possible to utilize or display this function physically somehow. Everything we do numerically has physical analogs.

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