John Clark wrote:
> Michael S. Lorrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wrote:
> >however the only valid opinion on this matter ultimately is that of the original
> You say that like it's self evident, it's not. Besides "The Original" and "The Copy"
> have the same opinion in this matter, they both say "I am Michael Lorrey" and
> they're both correct.
> >so long as we all can't tell the difference that it doesn't matter. While I would like
> >reality to be as John describes, I have strong suspicions that it is not so
> So even though you can't tell the difference it does matter? How? Why?
So long as the original is still conciously aware that it is Michael
Lorrey, it has the claim of precedence.
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