## Assume: all data are results of a computation a la Zuse. No physical evidence against this! Solomonoff weaker: only assumes computable probabilities.

## A priori probability of data goes down with costs: ?x costs > O(n) P(x) ? 1/n

## E.g., on your computer: most data computed within a few ms, few data require hours, fewer require weeks..

## Add flesh: which are minimal costs for x?

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