A “perfect copy” is not a “copy”, because if a copy is perfect, it would be logically indistinguishable from the original.
In other words, we would not be able to determine which one is the “copy” and which one is the “original”, even in principle.
There would be no meaningful difference between the meanings of the labels “copy” and “original”.
— Me@2013-08-11 1:38 PM
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