> On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 12:23 PM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
>> The way I have for a time looked at is, is there are X instances that
>> explain your current experience. Some may be "ordinary" while others might
>> be, say a "dream". If in your experience, you encounter something you are
>> unlikely to survive ordinarily, like a Mushroom cloud on the horizon, then
>> you will likely next find yourself waking from a dream. (Since all the
>> non-dreaming ordinary explanations are dead). Is there something wrong
>> with this reasoning?
> It certainly worked for George Orr.
(Generally, "and then I woke up" is the worst cop-out in literature, but
somehow it works for Lewis Carroll and Ursula le Guin)
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