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From: Gevin Giorbran <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 20:47:40 -0800

Three years of college, no degrees, no status. Left school and started
writing, and authored three books about the existence and structure of
all possible universes, including "Exploring A Many Worlds Universe"
in 1997, arguing as the main theme in each book that our universe ends
in finite time (est. 120 billion years in '94) as expansion stretches
space perfectly flat, this causing time to end at a ground state of
absolute zero. The books were legally copyrighted in '94, '96, and
'97, all prior to 1998 when we discovered the expansion of the
universe is in fact accelerating us towards absolute zero. When I
wrote my first three books the mainstream of science considered a
finite end of time at zero to be impossible, and today the third law
still states it cannot happen, but old science often gets in the way
of new science. The recent measurements of acceleration indicate the
(phantom) dark energy density causing acceleration is increasing,
which makes the big rip scenario the leading future candidate.
Caldwell describes the possibility of time as ending at the "ultimate
singularity" and Sean Carroll is stating "our universe ends as empty
space" as if this is now obvious. I agree, but further state there is
no zero or a beginning from nothing in our past, the ultimate zero
exists only in our future. The universe has pronouncedly been
expanding at zero since time began because zero is the ultimate "great
attractor", the very cause of time. My prediction that time ends at
zero was based upon a bounded model of all possible states, which also
predicts structure or limitations of the greater multiverse. My fourth
book, "Everything Forever: Learning to See Timelessness", explains the
governing role a cosmic zero plays in the evolution of all universes
and all life.

Thoughts of late:

I believe there necessarily is only one "pilot" observer in each
universe or O-region. All third party observers in each pilot's
experience are subject to quantum mechanical sampling. The members of
this Everything-list from my particular experience are a probabilistic
sampling of the ultimate whole of what is possible considering this
scenario. Any feedback I receive will correspond to that same spectrum
of what is possible, therein reflecting a sampling of personalities,
knowledge, beliefs, responses, in accordance with what are most
probably found in a scientific discussion group about many worlds. So
am I the only real observer in this universe?

The name of the movie escapes me where Dustin Hoffman uses a bed sheet
to portray parts of a single unified universe. His hand moves from one
place to another under the sheet, as he says this is the Eiffel tower,
this is you, this is me, this is a tree. It is all just one universe
he says, which suggests we are all just puppets of that universe. True
at least until you consider how quantum mechanics breaks the universe
up into discreet states, and even divides apart observers into
separate universes.

We can only converse with the puppets of a quantum mechanical
universe. Pilots cannot communicate with one another, since observers
cannot communicate independent of governing probabilities. The only
saving grace is if all possible pilots and their O-regions exist, so
real pilots at least correspond to the quantum puppets of an observers

Sorry, yes you are a puppet, well perhaps the reader of this post
isn't a puppet, but the responses I observe will be from puppets,
while only real pilots are left to question if the set of possible
pilots is more or less restricted than the spectrum of people a pilot
experiences in the quantum world adjacent one's consciousness.

Are pilots and puppets identical and thus existentially the same?

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