From: Jacques Mallah <>
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 18:50:55 -0400

>From: "Saibal Mitra" <>
>Jacques Mallah wrote:
> `` I have repeated pointed out the obvious consequence that if that were
>true, then a typical observer would find himself to be much older than the
>apparent lifetime of his species would allow; the fact that you do not find
>yourself so old gives their hypothesis a probability of about 0 that it is
>the truth. However, they hold fast to their incomprehensible beliefs.
>According to FIN, however, the probability of being alive at all is almost
>zero, which contradicts our experience of being alive.

    Whatchya mean? I wouldn't mind acquiring a new argument against FIN to
add to the ones I give, but your statement doesn't appear to make any sense.

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