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  1. “What if it's not true?” is also a natural question.

    Open individualism is a philosophical concept according to which there is only one self-identical subject, which is all and to which all people's bodies and all independent streams of consciousness belong.�Or easier: a shared consciousness that thinks of itself as separate.

    But this is what contradicts:

    1) Falsifiability: it is impossible to set up an experiment that could refute open individualism.

    2) For such a subject, an impressive material carrier would be required, which we do not meet in our reality.

    3) According to Occam's Razor, this subject is an extra entity for the universe: consciousness can be explained without involving such complex concepts.

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