Russell Standish writes:> There is good reason to suppose that the absolute 
measure of an> observer moment is inversely proportional to the exponential of 
the> OM's complexity (this is discussed elsewhere in my book). In such a> case, 
newborn OM's have vastly greater likelihood of being experienced> than (say) 40 
year old adult OMs.But was is the relevance of this from a first person 
perspective? It's like saying you are vastly more likely to find yourself a 
bacterium than a human. This is the case if you consider youself standing 
ouside of the universe, trying to predict whether you will end up a bacterium, 
human neonate or 40 year old - which I guess is what you mean when you say the 
ASSA is a predictor of birth order - but obviously if you have any stance at 
all, you are already embedded in the universe, not a disembodied mind 
contemplating its possible futures.Stathis Papaiaonnou
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