Bruno Marchal wrote:
> ...
> Zombie are important in philosophy, a bit like zero is important in 
> Number Theory, or like the empty set is important in Set Theory, I 
> think. For example, it is easy to show that if Bohm QM is correct, 
> then the Everett Universal waves if full of zombies, even zombie 
> lacking a material (here: = made of particles) body, yet discussing 
> and sending mails like you and me.

Could you explicate that?  Bohmian QM and Everett's relative states are 
contrary interpretations of QM, so I don't see how to usefully make 
interferences from their conjunction.

Brent Meeker

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