At what precise time or stage of development of the fetus the FWAU is incarnated is not that important, it's a cool detail, but that's it..
maybe there are several steps between conceptual intention of forming an FWAU and operational deployment?
1) IOUC intention to form an FWAU/SP entity (hows this for chicken and egg...what comes first, the FWAU or the SP?
2) fertilization of egg
3) tipping point for nervous system to support a consciousness "lets light up this sucker!"
4) physical viability of the SP
5) physical birth
6) independence of the FWAU
I would think the rules of engagement would be different, depending on which stage a potential FWAU was at in the process. ie. abortion
The IUOC does not generate the biological body, the biological body is part of the virtual reality which is generated by TBC. The virtual reality is governed by a rule-set, which can be affected by consciousness if the uncertainty is high enough, and the result will be positive for the growth.
therefore, the intention must be initiated to link
to an SP using an FWAU, as no FWAU can exist without an Sp+IOUC
there then must be an allocation method - wonder what that is
could there be an SP without an FWAU?
The IUOC makes a partition of itself, us, to incarnate in the physical body. It does not create the physical body, but it experiences through the physical body (senses) via a data stream that is interpreted.
It would be my guess that in most cases, the FWAU would already be waiting before the conception, and then wait until the physical body has developed the nervous system enough to contain the consciousness in an optimal way.
like booking a reservation, or an arranged child marriage - the link is established before the event
is there a way for an NPMR sensitive to detect the presence of an FWAU paired to a SP in a womb?
who is typing now, a IUOC or an FWAU? at death, will I experience being filed on an IUOC partition, or will I experience filing my FWAU on my IUOC partition?