I am trying to understand something about the problem of self-measurement in entangled system, I will try to do an example, please help me: If we have an isolated system with two entangled, conscious, microcomputers, one, δ with 1 hour cell, and the other β with a 10 hours cell. Here I am considering consciousness as subjective experience (Chalmers 1995), that could be present or not in the same individual. After 59 minutes the situation should be still: ψ=1/√2(lconscious δ>lconscious β>+l unconscious δ>l unconscious β>) But after one hour what happen? Could the death of the microcomputer δ be considered a self-measurement that has the ability to collapse the system in ψ= l unconscious δ>l unconscious β> leaving the other microcomputer β to work for other 9 hours without consciousness? Or, after the "death" of δ, the situation with only β alive will remain unchanged with ψ= 1/√2(lconscious δ>lconscious β>+l unconscious δ>l unconscious β >), because a system cannot measure completely itself?