From: Stuart Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Feb 12 2009 - 03:36:39 MST
>> your extended analogies about copies
>> receiving the same input in symetric rooms.
>> those were clear as mud
> If you and the original were facing each other an equal distance from
> the center of a symmetrical room then you two would be receiving
> identical input and thus act identically; and if I switched your
> position no outside observer could tell the difference objectively, and
> you couldn't tell the difference subjectively. So I conclude it makes no
> difference. What's unclear about that?
The fact that it's not true (viz classical chaos or quantum
decoherence) and the fact that that it doesn't make the same point you
were making later.
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