Hi David,

It looks not so bad :)
At first sight it is based on the ASSA (absolute self-samplings, like in the doomsday argument; may be Russell can comment on this). He seems naïve on the identity thesis, but that could be a reduction ad absurdum. The use of classical chaos is interesting, but not completely convincing, I might think on it. Will take a deeper look later. Thanks,


Bruno


On 25 Aug 2011, at 00:12, David Nyman wrote:

This paper presents some intriguing ideas on consciousness, computation and the MWI, including an argument against the possibility of consciousness supervening on any single deterministic computer program (Bruno might find this interesting). Any comments on its cogency?

http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0208038

David

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