2012/3/24 John Clark <johnkcl...@gmail.com>

> On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 5:47 PM, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
> > From a 3rd POV, there is no indeterminacy,
>
>
> From a "3rd POV" there is ALWAYS indeterminacy,
>

No in the f***ing though experiment you always want to change as you see
fit.


> we don't know for sure what the thing we're looking at will do. From a "1
> POV" there is ALWAYS indeterminacy, we don't know for sure what we will do
> until we do it. Bruno says there is a vast difference between these two
> things and his entire proof hinges on that, and this despite him conceding
> that this difference does not involve atoms or information. If someone can
> clearly explain exactly what is remaining that causes this difference
> without resorting to mystical BULLSHIT I will concede the argument and
> publicly thank them for eliminating a small part of my ignorance.
>
> > you'll (both you) still feel singular,
>
>
> Yes.
>
> > and the you who was asked before the experience
>
>
> Is now 2 because HE HAS BEEN DUPLICATED.
>
>
>
>> > what he expect to feel after the duplication
>
>
> If he is logical he will expect to feel he is in Moscow and Washington, if
> he is not I can not say what he will predict because there are many ways to
> be wrong and only one way to be right.
>
>
>> was unable to predict which one of the WM guy it will be, yet each one is
>> only one.
>>
>
> But each one is you. Your premise is that object X has been exactly
> duplicated but then you ask what one and only one SINGULAR event will
> happen to it. The question makes no sense.
>
>
>
>> > You keep asking who is this "you"
>
>
> Yes.
>
>
>> >  it is the usual you, as the one you use in your everyday
>
>
> The word "you" works fine in the usual everyday world,
>

No, please answer the last part of the message. The everyday world if MWI
is true, is a duplicating chamber.


> but when you bring duplicating chambers into the mix concepts that you
> never needed to give a second thought to become vitally important.
>
>   John K Clark
>
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