Re: [UPLOADING] Is an exact duplicate "me"?

Harvey Newstrom (
Sat, 18 Jul 1998 12:31:30 -0400

Hara Ra <> wrote:
>>Harvey Newstrom:
>It is the creation of two versions of me,
>each supposedly equally valid, and then the killing of one of them that
>bothers me.

> There's another option here. Instead of bang! make an independent copy,
> how about making a copy which is connected with the originial with a truly
> high bandwidth interface. So much so that it is one individual with two
> bodies. Now, gradually reduce the bandwidth.......

What would this do? Connecting two copies and then disconnecting them seems like it would leave them in their original unconnected state. I'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish by doing this. I don't see how this relates my statement above.

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