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#25 - Yeah, but you could live forever this way, have a biological i…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/16/2016 on Anon studies biology -1
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#30 - tryllo (08/16/2016) [-]
but what they've said mutliple times is that you straight up would not transfer over. you would just be dead while a copy of your mind would do stuff that you would never see....
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#41 - magictheg (08/16/2016) [-]
Our brains are basically organic computers, once we figure out how the brain organizes data we are set. It would be like transferring files, you have files on an old outdated PC on its last legs, you put these files on a flash drive(not copy) then move the files on to a new high end PC. They are the same files, just on a different platform.
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#52 - tryllo (08/17/2016) [-]
If you think/do it that way then it might be a possibility, I was just commenting against the idea of uploading your mind after you've already been killed ^^ /user/silentautumn
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#35 - silentautumn (08/16/2016) [-]
Or, if "consciousness" requires an unbroken stream to exist and be the same person, connect to the new, empty, possibly computerised brain and upload. Kill or render the old body unconscious, and voilá, you're still awake and you.
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#32 - xef (08/16/2016) [-]
Ik, I just fail to see why this is supposed to be a bad thing.
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#51 - tryllo (08/17/2016) [-]
the bad thing is theres no point cause you wont experience anything from it.
#8 - Just saw k-pax yesterday, in the movie Kevin Spacey eats a who… 08/16/2016 on tw tw twendy sixdeen 0
#23 - Yes but the new "you" would have the same memories, …  [+] (10 new replies) 08/16/2016 on Anon studies biology 0
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#24 - hikakiller (08/16/2016) [-]
I'd be dead, so it would be pointless.
I couldn't experience it. Maybe my replica could cause change in a direction I'd think was good, but i wouldn't be alive to see it.
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#28 - gametipsandmore (08/16/2016) [-]
This is the concept that gets me too, seen in movies like The Sixth Day
www.imdb.com/title/tt0216216/
I mean, I don't mean to sound too selfish, but... it wouldn't be "me" experiencing those things, it would be Me#4 or Me#523. So then - what's the point? So to speak...
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#25 - xef (08/16/2016) [-]
Yeah, but you could live forever this way, have a biological immortal body and whenever it gets destroyed by disease or trauma have your mind uploaded into the next immortal body. You could go on until the Heat death of the universe or find a way to avoid it or whatever. Personally I'd like that.

but to each their own
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#30 - tryllo (08/16/2016) [-]
but what they've said mutliple times is that you straight up would not transfer over. you would just be dead while a copy of your mind would do stuff that you would never see....
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#41 - magictheg (08/16/2016) [-]
Our brains are basically organic computers, once we figure out how the brain organizes data we are set. It would be like transferring files, you have files on an old outdated PC on its last legs, you put these files on a flash drive(not copy) then move the files on to a new high end PC. They are the same files, just on a different platform.
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#52 - tryllo (08/17/2016) [-]
If you think/do it that way then it might be a possibility, I was just commenting against the idea of uploading your mind after you've already been killed ^^ /user/silentautumn
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#35 - silentautumn (08/16/2016) [-]
Or, if "consciousness" requires an unbroken stream to exist and be the same person, connect to the new, empty, possibly computerised brain and upload. Kill or render the old body unconscious, and voilá, you're still awake and you.
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#32 - xef (08/16/2016) [-]
Ik, I just fail to see why this is supposed to be a bad thing.
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#51 - tryllo (08/17/2016) [-]
the bad thing is theres no point cause you wont experience anything from it.
#21 - Have a chip or something that copies your brain data and send …  [+] (12 new replies) 08/16/2016 on Anon studies biology 0
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#22 - hikakiller (08/16/2016) [-]
Due to the nature of human consciousness, you wouldn't be the same person, just like if you took a star-trek style transporter.
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#23 - xef (08/16/2016) [-]
Yes but the new "you" would have the same memories, opinions etc.
and we assume souls aren't real, what does it matter if it's not "you"?
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#24 - hikakiller (08/16/2016) [-]
I'd be dead, so it would be pointless.
I couldn't experience it. Maybe my replica could cause change in a direction I'd think was good, but i wouldn't be alive to see it.
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#28 - gametipsandmore (08/16/2016) [-]
This is the concept that gets me too, seen in movies like The Sixth Day
www.imdb.com/title/tt0216216/
I mean, I don't mean to sound too selfish, but... it wouldn't be "me" experiencing those things, it would be Me#4 or Me#523. So then - what's the point? So to speak...
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#25 - xef (08/16/2016) [-]
Yeah, but you could live forever this way, have a biological immortal body and whenever it gets destroyed by disease or trauma have your mind uploaded into the next immortal body. You could go on until the Heat death of the universe or find a way to avoid it or whatever. Personally I'd like that.

but to each their own
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#30 - tryllo (08/16/2016) [-]
but what they've said mutliple times is that you straight up would not transfer over. you would just be dead while a copy of your mind would do stuff that you would never see....
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#41 - magictheg (08/16/2016) [-]
Our brains are basically organic computers, once we figure out how the brain organizes data we are set. It would be like transferring files, you have files on an old outdated PC on its last legs, you put these files on a flash drive(not copy) then move the files on to a new high end PC. They are the same files, just on a different platform.
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#52 - tryllo (08/17/2016) [-]
If you think/do it that way then it might be a possibility, I was just commenting against the idea of uploading your mind after you've already been killed ^^ /user/silentautumn
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#35 - silentautumn (08/16/2016) [-]
Or, if "consciousness" requires an unbroken stream to exist and be the same person, connect to the new, empty, possibly computerised brain and upload. Kill or render the old body unconscious, and voilá, you're still awake and you.
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#32 - xef (08/16/2016) [-]
Ik, I just fail to see why this is supposed to be a bad thing.
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#51 - tryllo (08/17/2016) [-]
the bad thing is theres no point cause you wont experience anything from it.
#59 - Things look cuter when you look at it from a downward perspect… 08/11/2016 on manlets +1
#16 - Liar! 08/09/2016 on Winnie the Pooh Pierces the... +1
#8 - Yeah 08/09/2016 on Anon works at KFC +9
#10 - God I love Jared as an actor, but he sucked mayor balls in SS … 08/09/2016 on Dare To Dream 0
#26 - Just quit my retail job some days ago. Still got two shifts le…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/07/2016 on I Like FML +11
#65 - anon (08/07/2016) [-]
Why didn't you just take him to court? If he really was doing illegal shit, you could get paid sooo much money. AND you could quit afterwards. Win/win.
#105 - anon (08/08/2016) [-]
You're burning bridges with that sort of stuff. That's why I personally wouldn't do it unless it was something major.
#185 - Sniper Rightful Burning Beauty 08/07/2016 on RWBY Weapon Choice 0