by Stuart Armstrong 21 days ago | link | parent This doesn’t seem to me to work. It seems the FAI’s best reaction is simply to not grow above $$b$$ until it’s sure the EAI can’t mess it up, rather than changing it’s own values to ensure the same result.

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