In particular, the outcomes of experiments involving entangled states,
such as the observations of spins of initially close but soon distant
particles with correlated spins, are currently widely assumed to be random.
Given *S*, however, whenever there are several possible continuations of our
universe corresponding to different wave function collapses,
and all are compatible with whatever it is we call our
consciousness, we are more likely to end up in one computable
by a short *and* fast algorithm. A re-examination of split
experiment data might reveil unexpected, nonobvious, nonlocal
algorithmic regularity due to a PRG.

This prediction runs against current mainstream trends in physics, with the possible exception of hidden variable theory, e.g., [#!Bell:66!#,#!Bohm:93!#,#!Hooft:99!#].

Related links: In the beginning was the code! - Zuse's thesis - Life, the universe, and everything - Generalized Algorithmic Information - Speed Prior - The New AI