I understand that for instance a picture of an NFT can be saved, and recreated, and the picture itself would be the same as the copy of it.
But what if instead of copying the picture, I copy the base URI in the smart contract of the original NFT? If the picture is for instance stored in a decentralized storage network, like Arweave, and I would copy the base URI pointing at the picture.
I think I would effectively have the same NFT except on the blockchain it could be verified, that chronologically the first minted NFT is the "original".
Is there any other mechanism to prove which one is the "original", or only the minting date?