Sounds like a lot of references to something which you either know about or
don't, which isn't necessarily the best way to set up a problem to do with
(for example) philosophy, consciousness or comp. We usually stick with
Alice and Bob. (BTW is that Neo as in "The Matrix" ?)


On 23 October 2013 05:12, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:

>
> On 22 Oct 2013, at 17:23, Stephen Lin wrote:
>
> Without coaching anyway assume an answer. Trust me, it really is on-optic;
> it has something to do with a supercomputer.
>
> Annywy, here does: Give that I am Neo, is it possible for me to bot
> attended and not addending the wedding of Tim Lee and Jess Han without
> actually doing it, such that Tim Lee becomes reborn as Wakka?
>
> It''s actually a good question, but if you have no idea what it means, Try
> not to embarrass yourself by thinking you know. It has to with the fact
> that I think we converge the same person in the end which becomse our own
> beginning. Unfortunatley, sometimes we lose track of where we started or
> where you're spposed to do...
>
>
> HaHa, yes there is a bit of something like with some consciousness state,
> and it makes sense with comp.
>
> It is a recurring theme on this list, the number of persons: 0?, 1?, Many?
>
> There is a part of that problem which is personal.
>
> With comp no need of supercomputer, elementary arithmetic is enough (with
> paper, pencil and coffee or better). We might play with supercomputers, but
> that might only perpetuate the Samsara.
>
> But may be (probably) I completely missed your message, so either clarify,
> or don't mind to much what I say.
>
> Bruno
>
>
>
> *"What, you ask, was the beginning of it all?*
> **
> *And it is this ...*
> *Existence that multiplied itself*
> *For sheer delight of being*
> *And plunged into numberless trillions of forms*
> *So that it might*
> *Find *
> *Itself*
> *Innumerably" (Aurobindo)*
>
>
>
> http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/
>
>
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