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Differential weighting of "probabilities" for a QM event becomes meaningless for Everett's MW "interpretation" of QM. This is revealed by thinking through how Everett's MW deals with conservation laws, and the apparent "creation" of entire new universes as a result of trivial quantum events. Under Everett, the other universes ...


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The OP is a profound speculation based upon several assumptions, then it cannot be considered science or philosophy. This answer is intended only to reveal some of those assumptions. A) Existence of "God", or simulator. A quantum mechanical wavefunction cannot be collapsed from within the quantum system it describes. It needs an external classical ...


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Yes! See presentism vs eternalism. I would be careful with your notion of probabilities. It may be difficult to distinguish whether object X had a quality all along or it "gained" this quality on a specific instance. Further points of contention: Planck time (smallest amount of time our concept of time is applicable to, NOT the smallest unit of ...


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