On 10/31/2011 10:59 AM, Stephen P. King wrote:
On 10/29/2011 5:59 PM, Nick Prince wrote:
From what I can tell, cul de sac's would have 3p consequences that
would have an effect on the distribution of branches. Maybe we should
consider what effect the 'rest of the universe' has on the 1p of the cat.
Had a think but still not sure what you mean by this.
OK, Cul de sac's are terminations of a first person point of view. Unless we believe
in disembodied minds then there is some kind of physical system with some kind of wave
function that is associated with the 'body' of the observer. Here we are considering
cats but that does not matter since it is the first person experience that is being
investigated, be it of a cat, an ameoba or a human. So, if there is a cul de sac there
there has to be some wave function aspect that encodes the 1p and the termanation of
that wave function matters within the global scheme of the branching. Thus there is a 3p
Of course the wave function doesn't terminate, it just evolves into the wave function of
an unconscious, and eventually decaying, brain.
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