Bruno:
> Sorry for the delay, but I am web-connected only at work, and at
> work ..., well I have to work, sometimes :-)

Yes, I know how that goes!

> OK. I see you *are* a "computationalist" !

Yes, it sounds like I am. :)

And I think I am comfortable with all of the situations you have presented.
(surviving duplication, etc.)

> Here is question 6. Perhaps the first not so obvious one. Do you
> agree that, if I ask you at Brussels, before the Washington-Moscow
> duplication experiment: "Where will you *feel* to be after the
> experiment will be completed?" that although you can answer "you will
> see me at Washington and at Moscow", your first person diary will
> either contain "I am at Moscow" or I am at Washington" so that you
> cannot predict with certainty where you will feel to be?"

Yes.. if I understand you correctly, I think you are correct.

In general, there's no way I can tell where I will be next.

Joel


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