Basically a twist on the old thousand monkeys on a thousand typewriters eventually writing a great novel. Suppose you are you because of the arrangements in your brain (neurons etc). Now if we had a machine capable of create a human brain with random neuron arrangements we would probably have a lot of failures, but there would be a finite, and eventual case where we would get a brain identical to yours or mine - that is they know everything you know (btw i'm not delving into existence though). Now equally as likely a brain would be created that knows science beyond our current understanding, possibly even understanding the complete universe. Now what does this mean? Learning information the way we do it now is the hard way? Possibly that the secrets to understanding the universe are accessible everywhere? The latter statement puzzles me, as say this was all occurring in some closed of room without knowing what exists outside those walls, could derive all physical principles, scientific theories without prior knowing what it is up against ~ what exists outside its 'own universe'.