From: Stuart Armstrong (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 04 2009 - 02:53:33 MST
> P.S.: From my point of view, all sufficiently indistinguishable versions of
> myself are me. Note that before I enter the transporter, both resulting
> copies will be "me". Afterwards, each of them will be me to itself, and the
> other will not. But the other will be an "extremely close blood
> relation"...closer than either a parent or a sib. Me is the entity that
> can control the peripherals that I can control.
Or, in other words: if my friend duplicates himself, both copies are
my friend, from my perspective. If I duplicate myself, both copies are
not myself, from my perspective.
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