You're right, alas. If QTI is correct, then each of us can expect to be the last conscious being in some branch of the multiverse. On the brighter side, we will have probably billions or trillions of years during which even the most sociable amongst us may well tire of sentient company!

The list seems to have suddenly become very active recently, and I for one don't mind if old questions come up now and again.

--Stathis Papaioannou

From: "Nick Prince" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Everything-List" <>
Subject: many worlds theory of immortality
Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 00:57:30 +0100

My apologies to the group for bringing up questions which may have
been covererd before but I cannot find an answer to the following
query and I am new to the group.

I  have a question to put to anyone who has some ideas as follows:

If the MW immortality is correct then would we not only be immortal but
also very alone in the end.  We know that we observe others die so
since we always find ourselves in a branch of the multiverse where we
live on - the conclusion seems inescapable

Can anyone figure a way out of such inevitable eternal loneliness
because I rather like to chat to my freinds!!

Nick Prince

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