Time Travel: So what’s critical here? Storage.

We currently experience low-fi time travel and we’ve done so from the beginning of history.

He’s waxing eloquently over the nature of storing experiences in greater and greater fidelity; not just fidelity to a digital snapshot but also the “feeling” of it. For example, a change in the filter settings on a picture changes the ‘mood’ and therefore a little more information “from the past” is passed into the future.

Same holds for art. Same holds for music. It especially holds true for writing, movies, etc. Same holds for anything stored in a retrievable and recreateable fashion from the past to its future, which is the moment of retrieval.

So what’s critical here?


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