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- Would a mind’s computing strength be determined by its ability to make sense of counter-intuitive principles (Type I) or by its ability to solve an increasing number of simple problems in a second (Type II)?
- Would Type I and Type II strengths translate into the same computing strength?
- Does either Type I or Type II metric possess a local inconsistency that prevents its state-function from being continuous at all points?
- Does either Type I or Type II metric possess an inconsistency that manifests as probabilistic eigenstates?