R. Gold
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Literature on Mathematical Universe Hypothesis beyond Tegmark?
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I found your question when searching for the same answers. I am somewhat perplexed that the hypothesis of the mathematical universe, and Tegmark's book and papers, have not resulted in a flurry of ...

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Should multiverse theories be rebranded as meta physics?
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The "Many Worlds" type of multiverse is hardly metaphysics. It is rather the consequence of rigorous mathematical application of Shrodinger's famous (and magnificent and indispensable) wave function ...

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Schrödinger's cat being "both dead and alive"
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Agree with Hurkyl. A particle can exist in two states, or two locations, simultaneously. To read more, see the Wikipedia article on quantum superposition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...

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Schrödinger's cat being "both dead and alive"
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In the "Many Worlds" hypothesis, where the wave function does not collapse, the cat is both dead and alive, but each is in a different universe.

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