"jakob rębild" writes:
>> Scott Badger [firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
>> >My thoughts exactly. Program the copies to self-destruct in 8 (or whatever)
>> Uh, how? The best I could see would be to set a timer which would delete
>> their process after 8 hours, but can you really see yourself working hard
>> when you know that in eight hours you'll die? ...
>mark is right. if the copy is exact, it will not work as planned knowing that it
>will be destroyed, any less than you will blow your own head off during vacation. ...
While I took issue with some other of Joe Jenkins' assumptions, I'm fine with this one. I'd have no problem ending myself if I recalled agreeing to do so a few hours ago, with a copy of myself as of that time living on.
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