Ah but you split into two different forms of reference, and at just the right points to leave me just as confused as I was! First you say that it would be much like I was waking back up. But then, when you talk about the clone's being younger, you start referring to the clone as "him" instead of "me".Originally posted by Zantra
I think it would be something like waking up. Of course that would include the memory of being cloned, unless you could somehow wipe that out, so you would know that you weren't the original. However, if you could wipe that part of the memories out, then I suppose it would be as if waking up from a dream, and you would continue on. But then the question remains, at what age is the clone? Obviously you have to make him younger, so would he realize the inconrgruity of the age and the experiences? It's hard to say.