From: Giu1i0 Pri5c0 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 28 2004 - 02:41:49 MDT
Well perhaps we are, of course as usual it depends on what is "we".
As the *cat dead* and the *cat alive* are projections of the *CAT*, we
may think that the *observer who remembers having seen the cat dead*
and the *observer who remembers having seen the cat alive* are
projections of the *OBSERVER*.
So perhaps the *OBSERVER* is aware of all branches, whereas the
*observers* are each aware of a single branches.
In other words perhaps the computational processes that I refer to as
"I" are projections of much more complex computational processes,
simultaneously aware of all branches in a multiverse.
How about this, I would love discussing it. Lockwood has said
something similar I believe.
On Fri, 28 May 2004 15:19:56 +1200 (NZST), Marc Geddes
> Why is it that we are only aware of single branches?
> Why aren't we simultaneously conscious of multiple
> branches? So there's the unexplained fact that
> conscious observers aren't aware of objects in 'mixed'
> (supposition of states) form.
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