> That's part of the problem. What do you mean by "*our* current
> simulation?" Within the Plenitude there are an infinite number of
> simulations that resemble "this" one up to some moment and then
> suddenly change the laws in crazy ways...if you agreed with the
> earlier thought-experiment about duplication, in which there's some
> chance your "next moment" will be that of any number of different
> duplicates, then how can you be sure your own next moment will be one
> in a physics-conserving simulation?

Hi Jesse.  It's hard to keep up with the discussion!

But I just wanted to say to your previous message - and with this one - I
agree completely.

There's no way to tell when the simulation will change drastically.

For now, I assume this will happen when I "die"... but I have no way of
knowing that for sure - and it could even happen much sooner.  (It has
happened to me on a couple of occasions already!)  Maybe aliens will land
tomorrow and they'll take me off to other crazy realities.  Heck, speaking
of crazy realities, I had a pretty funky dream last night...

Predicting the future may be better left to one's imagination.


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