# Re: first person indeterminacy

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Hi Evgenii,```
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Sorry for the answer's delay, but I am rather busy for March, so I am slowed down.
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```> Please ask, if this is not clear for you.

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Well, if we assume that duplication happens in an unconsciousness state, then I do not see much difference. By the way, in Astérix & Obélix Take On Caesar there is an episode not that far from your example. It is also available on YouTube
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In the movie it went quite well.
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OK :)
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Note that in this sequence apparently the copies count for nothing and are rather easily eliminated!
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> (*) Which I have already illustrated with the experience where you

Sorry, I was not able to follow your example.
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Imagine a big screen made of 16180 * 10000 pixels, each pixel capable of being black or white.
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Do you agree that there is 2^(16180 * 10000) images possible. OK? (I can explain this if someone ask).
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Then instead of duplicating you in two. I polyplicate you in 2^(16180 * 10000), and put each of the resulting 'you' in front of each possible image on the screen.
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(For quantum Many worlder, this can be realized in practice, by putting you in front of a quantum screen with each pixel state determined by a quantum bit).
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Then I reiterated that (giant) multiplication for each of those 2^(16180 * 10000) copies of you, and this 24 times by second (the typical movie lapses) during 90 minutes (the typical duration of a movie). I can again to that in practice by sending a beam of quantum bit (in the state 0+1, and correlating the pixels accordingly).
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The question is asked to you before the first polyplication, and is: what do you expect to see among the following:
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-A constant black screen A constant white screen
-A silent version of the first 90 minutes of 2001 Space Odyssey
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-A silent version of the first 90 minutes of 2001 Space Odyssey with spanish
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- Apparent white noise, but actually a description of PI in binary
-Apparent white noise.
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Is it clearer? What is your answer? Do you see the point?

Bruno

http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/

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