[extropy-chat] Probability of identity - solution?

Heartland velvethum at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 16 07:05:43 UTC 2006

John K Clark:
> Astronomically more important than objectivity is subjectivity, if you
> think feel and have person B memories then you are person B. And if God
> disagrees then God can stick it where the sun don't shine.

Subjectivity is more important than objectivity? So, according to you, the truth is 
what *you* want or feel is the truth? If so, then you are nothing more than a 
faith-based scientist and you should stop talking to me.

>> the reason why a duplicate isn't the original is because the duplicate
>> doesn't extend the original's ability to access reality after original is
>> dead.

John K Clark:
> Translation: The copy isn't the original because he isn't the original and
> he isn't the original because he's not the original. That is to say, the
> copy doesn't have those same sacred atoms that Heartland can distinguish
> from all other atoms in the observable universe but that the scientific
> method can not.

I guess you can't stop yourself from inventing these moronic interpretations, can 
you? It's hard for me to believe that you actually believe in the majority of stuff 
you write. I'm sorry that I can't reward you with more attention for this 


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