Oh, I’m doing a Project to Find the Fundamental Theory of Wolfram at the moment. That is, I’m not up to the Physics part yet but almost. Now the next question is: 1) Does Wolfram go beyond Turing completeness? That is, can Wolfram’s systems be enacted on a Turing complete system? I believe the answer is “No, it does not go beyond” and “Yes, any of his systems can be enacted on any turing system”, as you can run any of his Rules using Golly or another system; none are excluded and are running on a desktop PC. This means that Any Turing complete system can SUBSTITUTE for Wolfram’s language. It may not be as elegant but it can do it. If so the next question: 2) Has anybody ELSE come up with the notion of the Universe being runnable or at least simulateable on a Turing complete system?

Oh, I’m doing a Project to Find the Fundamental Theory of Wolfram at the moment.
That is, I’m not up to the Physics part yet but almost.
Now the next question is:
1) Does Wolfram go beyond Turing completeness? That is, can Wolfram’s systems be enacted on a Turing complete system?
I believe the answer is “No, it does not go beyond” and “Yes, any of his systems can be enacted on any turing system”, as you can run any of his Rules using Golly or another system; none are excluded and are running on a desktop PC.
This means that Any Turing complete system can SUBSTITUTE for Wolfram’s language. It may not be as elegant but it can do it.
If so the next question:
2) Has anybody ELSE come up with the notion of the Universe being runnable or at least simulateable on a Turing complete system?

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