I still think this is quibbling. I at least believe I know what Bruno means
when he asks H-man to assign a probability to "his" chances of appearing in
Moscow. Perhaps Bruno is being sloppy in talking about probabilities,
because the whole situation is deterministic, but it does at least give a
"post-facto indeterminism" like a quantum measurement does, so it's valid
to the extent that we talk about probabilities at all (assuming the MWI).
(Which is to say, it isn't *really *valid at all, but I still think I know
what is intended!)
Oh dear, I think I will go and lie down now.
(Or then again, I won't...)
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