On 25th May 2005 Saibal Mitra wrote:

One of the arguments in favor of the observer moment picture is that it
solves Tegmark's quantum suicide paradox. If you start with a set of all
possible observer moments on which a measure is defined (which can be
calculated in principle using the laws of physics), then the paradox never
arises. At any moment you can think of yourself as being randomly drawn from
the set of all possible observer moments. The observer moment who has
survived the suicide experiment time after time after time has a very very
very low measure.

I'm not sure what you mean by "the paradox never arises" here. You have said in the past that although you initially believed in QTI, you later realised that it could not possibly be true (sorry if I am misquoting you, this is from memory). Or are you distinguishing between QTI and QS?

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