Need help finding paper/essay on theoretical limits of intelligence

I vaguely recall reading something in the last year about an upper theoretically limit to the ability to make predictions, because you can’t precisely "simulate" the universe faster than the universe "runs" itself, so you have to use error, and error will always propagate to a high value after a short period of time, no matter how fast your device running the simulation is.

Does this ring a bell for anyone? I’ve found some other publications related to the material limits of computation, but none that deal with the task of prediction.

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