Wei Dai writes: > Living in this universe is like living in a universe with a > halting-problem oracle, right? If you want to know whether program x > halts, you just measure the n-th pseudorandom event, where n is such that > the n-th theorem is "x halts." Yes?
What about the instantiations of people who measure the event the other way before the universe gets restarted and re-run from that point? They would see the wrong answer to the halting question, but they are just as conscious as the people who later see the right answer. Hal