Re: Hollywood and Immortality

From: Eugene Leitl (
Date: Mon Feb 07 2000 - 22:10:44 MST

Brian Atkins writes:

> Actually that movie is not nearly as bad as others. For instance,

It's a good movie.

> after he figures out he can't kill himself off, Murray's char
> goes on to spend his time learning new skills and otherwise
> improving himself in order to reach his goal.

Yeah. I wish I had his problem. You don't age, keep your skills and
your memories, and can eventually opt out by living "a perfect
day". (One caveat: iirc tt took Phil hundreds of years of subjective
time, which is a bit too long. Another minus: it should have happened
in a major city, and the temporal loop should have lasted longer than
a day. A week?).

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