--- On Wed, 2/11/09, Brent Meeker <meeke...@dslextreme.com> wrote:
> Indeed there seems to be a conflict between MWI of QM and the feeling of 
> consciousness.  QM  evolves unitarily to preserve total probability, which 
> implies that the splitting into different quasi-classical subspaces reduces 
> the measure of each subspace.  But there's no perceptible diminishment of 
> consciousness.  I think this is consistent with the idea that consciousness 
> is a computation, since in that case the computation either exists or it 
> doesn't. 
> Two copies don't increase the measure of a computation and reducing it's 
> vector in Hilbert space doesn't diminish it.

If that is so then how do you explain the Born rule?


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