Marc Weber wrote:
As you can see, this conclusively proves... something.
What about brain ? 8 different signs are used.
-> http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain #cite_note-0
The first link points to a page saying there is an interpreter 98 bytes
What does this prove? :-)
Exhibit A: The Iota calculus.
It has one value (the Iota function), and one operator (function
application). It is Turing-complete.
I have literally *no idea* how big an interpretter would be...
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