It appears as if Anders Sandberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|I have been thinking a bit about computation backup for distributed
|uploads. If the left hemisphere computer goes down, then the right
|hemisphere might wait until another left comes online, and then either
|synchronise with it. This might of course mean that during crashes you
|get "half-thoughts" that never get anywhere, but they would not be
I believe this would compare to the situation when a wetware processor goes into sleep mode while the other stays in normal mode. According to local emprical data, this does give some unusual indata to the processor which is not in sleep mode (very fast projected movies, as it were), but no "half-thoughts" could be detected.