In a message dated 10/31/00 5:43:53 AM, email@example.com writes:
>And yet it does make sense to talk about choosing aspects of the future,
>in situations where you don't know how the future will be and those
>future events are casually connected to actions you will not take.
>In exactly the same way in can make sense to talk about choosing aspects
>of the past via a time machine.
No, my actions can affect the future, at least as far as I can tell; my
actions cannot affect the past, so it makes no sense to ask me for
recommendations. Curt85 and Curt90 would have been reasonable
people to ask for decisions on Curt90 vs. Curt00, because they could
do something. Curt00 has nothing to do with such as decision.
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