James writes:
> (And note that there are no 'observers' (sets of observer-moments in time
> with an objective identity across them), only monad-like observer-moments.
> So this observer-moment, which is all you are, survives 'forever'. I don't
> suppose anyone will ever take this seriously  this but I can't help saying
> it whenever I get the chance.)

So how would you analyze the question of whether there can exist
a universe with an RAC, and an observer who sees the result of its
infinite calculation?  How would you define the situation in terms of
observer-moments?

Hal

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