Telmo Menezes

> you must also reject the MWI, because you live

Who is "you"? Telmo's post was only 63 words long but the pronoun "you" was
used 8 times, that's almost 13%. When it is necessary to hide behind
personal pronouns when a philosophical idea regarding duplicating machines
and personal identity is discussed it's clear that something is wrong.

> in the first person,

Which first person? The first person of John Clark of one hour ago? The
first person of John Clark standing left of the duplicating machine? The
first person of John Clark standing right of the duplicating machine?

  John K Clark

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