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Of course it is.  On the other hand, much depends on the 
point of view of the schema designer's customer. ;-)

Scale Relativity in Cantorian Space and Average Dimensions 
of Our World. Castro, Granik, Naschie:

"It is shown that within the framework of the new 
relativity the cosmological constant problem is non 
existent since the universe self-organizes and self-tunes 
according to the renormalization group flow with respect 
to a local scaling microscopic arrow of time. This implies 
that the world emerged as a result of a non-equilibrium 
process of self-organized critical phenomena launched 
by vacuum fluctuations in Cantorian fractal spacetime. 
It is shown that we are living in a metastable vacuum and 
are moving toward a fixed point of the renormalization 
group.  After reaching this point, a new phase transition 
will drive the universe to a quasi-crystal phase of the 
lower average dimension of theta to the power of 3."

What a pain.  All that work just to invent rock.


From: Ian Graham [mailto:igraham@ic-unix.ic.utoronto.ca]

Of course Wolfram now claims, in his book "A new Kind of Science" [1],
that the entire universe is really a giant CA, and that the fundamental
laws of physics are just an approxmation of of this 'universal' CA.

So I suppose if you could get XSLT to function like a CA, then you could
say that XSLT (and hence XML) models all the physical laws of the entire

... clearly XML is _far_ more important than I thought ;-)


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