Jacques M Mallah, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, writes:
>       It is surely true that in the MWI, old copies of you-like beings 
> will exist.  It is also true that they will be of very small measure, and
> that the effective probability of being one of those copies is very tiny.

We would agree that "someone" is going to be those people.  One way to
ask the question at hand is, would that "someone" be "you".  This then
depends on the definition of identity.

If you define all beings who follow from your present state by the laws
of physics as "you", then that "someone" will be "you".  In that case,
"you" will eventually find yourself to be very old.


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