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Reality as if is doubled in relation to language
We will model this doubling by two Turing machines (i.e. by usual computers) in a kind of “dialog”: the one for reality, the other for its image in language
The two ones have to reach the state of equilibrium to each other
At last, one can demonstrate that the pair of them is equivalent to a quantum computer
One can construct a model of two independent Turing machines allowing of a series of relevant interpretations:
Language
Quantum computer
Representation and metaphor
Reality and ontology
In turn that model is based on the concepts of choice and information
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