> It seems to me that, if I believe I am duplicable, and understand the protocol, I must predict that I will experience being in both Moscow and Washington. The process bifurcates one person, who becomes two people with absolutely identical physique and memories immediately afterwards, which will then begin to diverge. Both, looking back to pre-bifurcation times, will say "that was me", and both will be correct. There is no "essence" to be randomly (or non-randomly) assigned to one location and not the other. The individual is now two people and therefore can be and is in both cities.
But this ignores the second law: one can expect unavoidable error in the replication. :-) ! L. _______________________________________________ fis mailing list email@example.com https://webmail.unizar.es/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fis