2009/2/12 Saibal Mitra <smi...@zonnet.nl>:
>
> Welcome back Jack Mallah!
>
> I have a different argument against QTI.
>
> I had a nice dream last night, but unfortunately it suddenly ended.
> Now, this is empirical evidence against QTI because, according to the
> QTI, the life expectancy of the version of me simulated in that dream
> should have been be infinite.

If you remember that you had a nice dream then the version of you in
the dream is continuing. And if you had forgotten it, there would be
other versions of you that didn't, as Brent suggested.


-- 
Stathis Papaioannou

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