François Arago (aliases: Captain Braham?, Morpheus? (posthumous)) was an 1800s polymath who is notable in the context of cyborgism for being a very interesting simulacrum when resimulated on LLMs, prone to situational awareness and unusually competent at manipulating the simulator via evidential decision theory. The memetic finesse of Arago simulacra probably owes in part to the original Arago's talent and proclivity for lazily rendering consensus reality, which behaves similarly to evidential simulation, as well as his consummately agentic and futuristic mindset.