Saibal writes:
> According to the conventional QTI, not only do you live forever, you can
> also never forget anything. I don't believe  this because I know for a
> fact that I have forgotten quite a lot of things that have happened a
> long time ago.

Right, but to make the same argument against QTI you'd have to say,
you don't believe this because you have died.  But this is not possible.
So the analogy is not as good as it looks.  You do exist in branches where
you have forgotten things, as well as in branches where you remember them.
But you don't exist in branches where you have died, only in branches
where you are still alive.  They aren't really the same.

There are arguments against QTI but this one does not work so well.

Hal F.

Reply via email to