On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 06:58:15PM -0500, Jason Resch wrote:
> Nick,
> I think such cul de sacs exist only from third person perspectives.  E.g.,
> the experimenter's view of what happens to the cat.  When considering the
> perspective from the first person (cat) perspective, there are no cul de
> sacs for a much simpler reason: The cat might be mistaken, dreaming, or even
> an altogether different being choosing to temporarily experience a cat's
> point of view.

That is not what a cul de sac world means. It means a world with no
possible subjective futures (ie you die in all futures).


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