Hi Terry,

I think so too. I wonder if this could be captured by assuming the opposite of Cantor continuum hypothesis? Or by thinking of computations as integers embedded in hyperreal numbers.


On 8/29/2012 12:04 PM, Terren Suydam wrote:
It may not even be zero in the limit, since there's an infinity of
computations that generate my state. I suppose it comes down to the
ordinality of the infinities involved.

Terren

Not zero, only zero in the limit of completing the infinite computations. So
at any stage short the infinite completion the probability of "you" is very
small, but non-zero.  But we already knew that.

Brent

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