--- On Wed, 2/11/09, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't get it. Why should the "measure" suddenly decrease at 80 (or 100) 
> years old ? Why not 30 ? Why not 4 ?

Heart disease.  Cancer.  Stroke.  Degradation of various organs leading to 
death.  Such ailments are known to strike older people more than young people.  
Are such things unheard of in your country?

I wouldn't call it "sudden", but certainly by 100 the measure has dropped off a 
lot.  By 200, survival is theoretically possible, so the measure isn't zero, 
but such cases are obviously quite rare.

> Also this is still assuming ASSA and does not take in accound that my next 
> momemt is not a random momemt (with high measure) against all momemts, but a 
> random momemt again all momemts that have my current moment as 
> memories/previous.

There is no randomness whatsoever involved.  See my replies to Stathis.




      


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