Hi Saibal,

Le Samedi 3 Décembre 2005 02:15, Saibal Mitra a écrit :
> Correction, I seem to have misunderstood Statis'  set up. If you really
> create a new world and then create and kill the person there then the
> probability of survival is 1. This is different from quantum mechanical
> branch splitting.
>
> To see this, consider first what would have happened had the person not
> been killed. Then his measure would have doubled. But because he is killed
> in one of the two copies of Earth, his measure stays the same. In a quantum
> suicide experiment his measure would be reduced by a factor two.

His measure would be reduced by a factor two relative to what ? Do you mean 
there exists an absolute measure ?

Quentin


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