On Oct 28, 2008, at 12:33 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Measure theory is the branch of math which has been invented to tackle
> those infinities, and those similarity relations.

I don't know much about measure theory. I understand a bit about how  
it's supposed to tackle those infinities, but I don't understand how  
it relates to similarity relations. What bearing does it have on the  
case when you make exactly two copies of a person, one which is exact  
and one which contains (say) roughly half of that person's memories,  
personality, or whatever?

-- Kory

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