On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 8:42 AM, Russell Standish <li...@hpcoders.com.au> wrote:
> When you say temporary cul-de-sacs, do you mean after which there is
> some kind of amnesia, and then you follow a non cul-de-sac history? If
> these really existed, then I would say the NCDS conjecture is refuted,
> and QTI, stricto-sensu, is false. But, its going to be hard to come up
> with such a scenario. The best I could do was after decapitation,
> there are reports of some people indicating they're still conscious
> seconds later. But even these scenarios are not immune to the waking
> up after a dream explanation.
You lose consciousness every day then wake up again with most of your
memories intact. The same could happen after decapitation, though with
greater difficulty. The information in your brain prior to
decapitation could be collected and used to resurrect you at the Omega
Point, and hence there would be no (permanent, first person)
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