Hi Kelly, and others,

Well, thanks for your report. Did you smoke the extract? It usually 
last for 4 minutes. It is amazing it did last so long with you, I know 
only one case of an experience lasting 20 minutes. I am happy you found 
your experience interesting. You can consult and discuss your 
experience, and those of others here: 

Now the real question is, does that experience helped in providing, for 
example, an answer to my last remark to Quentin?

I quote the question again. It is important concerning 
comp-immortality, and eventually how to derive physics from computer 
I do think such a question is difficult, and show the weakness in 
identifying the self with personal memories, and this justifies the 
necessity of the AUDA move, I think.

Of course, if you enjoy dream-state-like, you can enjoy Salvia without 
troubling yourself with hard metaphysical questions. Yet I would be 
interesting if Quentin or Stathis, or anyone, could acknowledge a 
conceptual difficulty here.

I ask you, and others, this question. What is the probability "now", 
that you will find yourself in Washington and Moscow the 24 december 
2009, when you are annihilated in Brussels, now, (17 March 2009) and 
reconstituted in both Moscow and Washington the 18 March 2009, say)? 
The problem is that the reconstitution machine did dysfunction in 
Washington, so that, from the 18 March 2009 up to the 20 Augustus 2009 
you (the you in Washington) suffered a  "total amnesia".  And then, 
"you" recovered slowly and progressively from that through adequate 
medication up to a total recall, the 23 December (and none of yous did 
move from W or M).

Note that with high concentrated extract of Salvia Divinorum, people 
can "suffer" (or "enjoy") a total amnesia, where you forget not just 
your name and memories of life, but you forget even what is a person, 
what is space, what is time.  Yet you remain conscious. Life appears as 
a dream, that you recall vaguely, and then forget, and then you forget 
you did that dream. Yet "you" come back. (See the reports, I don't 
encourage its consumption, but anyone interested by consciousness can 
be interested by such reports).>>

Le 28-mars-09, à 20:50, Kelly a écrit :

> I tried Salvia for the first time yesterday.  Very similar to
> dreaming, but more intense, with a lot more sounds.
> At first I thought, "Nothing's happening".  Then I thought, "I seem to
> be about to slide sidewise...I need to stop".
> Then, I was sitting somewhere...in a tilled field I think, and I
> couldn't remember who I was.  Then I thought, someone's going to be in
> trouble...I need to tell my sister.
> Then, for the next 30 minutes it was 1978, and I was in Arkansas, and
> I was a kid again.
> Every now and then I'd think, "What's going on???  Did I take
> something?"
> But I could never remember for sure.  A couple of times I would think
> of the Salvia extract, but I couldn't remember if it was just
> something I'd heard of, or if I'd actually used it.  And I'd decide,
> "Nah, couldn't be salvia...reality doesn't work that way.  That would
> be like magic."
> After about 30 minutes of dreaming it was 1978, and I was 7, and in
> Arkansas,  I came to enough to look at the clock, and I remember
> thinking, "It didn't work..."
> THEN, I was underwater looking up towards the surface, and there was a
> giant squid passing over me.
> About 20 minutes later, I got up and starting writing up what I'd
> seen, but I was still drifting in and out, like I was having day-
> dreams.  And they were still about Arkansas 1978, but it was like I
> was there, and there was a plan, and I was part of it.  Something was
> about to happen, and I was like part of a group that knew about it.
> Over the next hour the day-dreams stopped, and within 2 hours of
> starting it was over.
> Very interesting.
> >

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