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I can't tell if this is a joke or not.
Upvoted for asking a good question and showing you'd thought about it and looked for answers.
I really like the red bracelet idea. That could work for both men and women who want to advertise themselves as open to being hit on, whether or not they are actually available.
I'm afraid that during this comment you are being hilarious, but during that part of your post you were being unintentionally misleading.
I would like to know more about this "choshi dori". Do you know of videos or useful write-ups of the technique?
Oh, well-clarified. Thank you.
I personally find EY's arrogance regarding MWI off-putting, but I suppose I stuck around the site anyway, so I don't know whether it's driving away others.
You think that those of us who disagree with EY on QM look ridiculous to most members of LW? I think gwern was saying that criticism of EY's stance is the majority opinion on this website
Sweet, I get a clown suit!
I suspect he's getting downvoted because he didn't answer the question, not even with "I don't think it has a low probability of success" or some other simple response.
My understanding of neurobiology (BS in biology, current Plant Biology grad student) leads me to believe that the mind is not stored strictly statically in relationships between neurons, but also in the subcellular states of several proteins. These states are unlikely to be preserved in time for cryopreservation. They probably will be disrupted by the freezing process even if a living brain were to be preserved.
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