On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 4:36 AM, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2013/12/5 LizR <lizj...@gmail.com>
>> On 5 December 2013 20:58, Quentin Anciaux <allco...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 2013/12/5 LizR <lizj...@gmail.com>
>>>> Well all the possibilities ever experienced by an human beings anywhere
>>>> in the multiverse add up to a vanishingly small measure compared to all the
>>>> parts of the multiverse where we didn't evolve, Earth didn't form, etc.
>>>> So any measure we are aware of is always going to be infinitesimal from
>>>> a "God's eye perspective" - and 100% from our own.
>>> As I said, only relative measure count... ASSA is useless and wrong.
>>> When I talk about low measure, I alway talk about relative measure from
>>> your current state.
>> Excuse my ignorance, I realise SSA is the self-sampling assumption (I
>> think I read about that in Russell's book) but what is the ASSA,
> ASSA is absolute self sampling assumption... it means there exists an
> absolute measure for every moments, ASSA states that your measure is always
> decreasing... ASSA is absurd because ASSA predicts you shouldn't find
> yourself alive now.
This isn't clear. Why (under the ASSA) shouldn't we be alive right now
while under the RSSA we ought to?
> RSSA is relative self sampling assumption and state that measure only make
> sense relative to your current state, there doesn't exist an absolute
How did you get to our current state to begin with? If we keep following it
backwards it seems it leads to some primordial conscious state from which
any future state might emerge. If the branch in which your are shot by the
quantum gun kills you, perhaps that is equivalent to being reset to this
primordial state, and your next conscious moment could be anything.
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