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The Big Computer

The Big Computer is a metaphor for a subset of AUM that is used to describe the fundamental nature of the process and functionality (computation, memory, and rules) required to implement our reality (NPMRN, OS, PMR, etc.). The Big Computer does not represent anything mystical or magical, just a huge (but finite), fast, mundane number cruncher running excellent, but not perfect software.[MBT Trilogy 1]

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