Re: The copy paradox

Holger Wagner (
Wed, 05 Nov 1997 22:01:59 +0100

Brent Allsop wrote:
> Yes, this is precisely the problem. The way to solve this is
> to use merged minds and effing of consciousness. Imagine that the
> duplicate has some kind of communications connection that merges it's
> consciousness with the original. Essentially making them the same
> supper conscious entity.

Where can I find some good information about this (effing etc.)? At the
moment, this doesn't seem quite realistic to me, but I'm willing to
learn :-)


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