many (identical) universes

From: Fred Chen <>
Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 22:44:59 -0800

To my knowledge, there is nothing prohibiting the existence of an
infinite number of copies of identical universes. The likelihood of
being in one set of identical universes or another should still
correspond to the ratios determined by the probabilities. Since there
are an infinite number of universes involved each universe should be
"marked" by an infinitely long string of mostly don't care bits that
would serve as an "ID" or tag. This implies an infinite program is
necessary from a computational standpoint. Does anybody have any
problems with this?

Received on Sat Feb 12 2000 - 22:49:33 PST

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