On 20 Apr 2012, at 19:24, John Clark wrote:
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 12:30 PM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be>
>> I don't think so. You go on and on about the profound differences
between various increasingly convoluted "views" and yet you can't
give a single example of two things being identical by what you call
"the 3-view" but not by "the 1-views themselves".
> You keep contradicting what I said, systematically. Give the
quotes and be specific if you really want an explanation.
OK. On April 2 2112 among other things I said "I can understand your
desire to gloss over this major difficulty", so on April 3 2112 you
responded to that comment with:
"I thought you just grasped it. What major difficulty? The only one
you have ever mentionned as been shown to be a confusion of 1-view
and 3-view (or on the 3-view on the 1-views, and the 1-views
themselves. Reread perhaps the preceding posts)."
I did reread the previous posts and they were just as clear as the
above assortment of words. Not very.
I have just re-explained all this on the FOAR list. Please tell me
(here if you want), what you don't understand. The 1-views are
assimilated to the content of the personal diary that the candidate
takes with him in the teleportation or duplication experiments. The 3-
views are corresponding to what is roughly described by an external
observer (i.e. not entering in the teleportation boxes).
Do you agree with the step 0? the step 1, the step 2?
Step 2 illustrates already, without duplication, the difference
between the 1-view and the 3-view. We can vary arbitrarily the delays
in step 2, changing considerably the 3-views, and this does not change
the 1-view. This is sum up by: the 1-views remains unchanged for the
introduction of delays. Are you OK with this?
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