On Thu, Jun 09, 2005 at 02:10:51PM -0700, Jonathan Colvin wrote:

> If I take a loaf of bread, chop it half, put one half in one room and one
> half in the other, and then ask the question "where is the loaf of bread?",
> we can likely agree that the question is ill-posed.
> The question "what will I feel tomorrow" only has an answer assuming that
> tomorrow there is a unique "me". If I have been duplicated, there is no
> longer a definite answer to the question.

There's always a unique "me", subjectively. Each branch of the fork would
have no trouble observing itself.

If there's no forking, there's just only "you", regardless how many
instantiations. The evolution trajectory is identical.

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