[rescue] Sun Sparcstation 20 hard disks
mouse at Rodents-Montreal.ORG
Thu Aug 25 20:45:54 CDT 2011
> Truth is, it's probably healthy for the "copy" to witness the death
> of the original. The period of your coexistence must be *agonizing*.
Why "must be"? As an initial experiment, I would find it fascinating.
Depending on various things we have no way to tell now, I might or
might want to partake of it if/when it becomes routine.
> Knowing that you are a perfect clone of another living being, the
> sense of being a "copy," has to be miserable.
I can't imagine we have any hard data on it, so it's all speculation,
but I would not expect to find it miserable. As either original or
copy - though if it really is a perfect clone, I'm not sure there would
be any difference - I'd find it fascinating. (I might later find my
feelings changing, of course, but I have no basis to predict which
way(s). I'd guess they'd be positive, but that's just a guess.)
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