On Sun, Dec 16, 2001 at 02:24:07PM -0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Hence the all universe principle does not easily explain the absence of
> flying rabbits, because while flying-rabbit universes are more complex
> and of lower measure, there are so many more ways to come up with complex
> universes.  It seems that the explanatory power of the principle is less
> than I had realized.

If you think about it more, I think you'll realize that the greater number
of observer-moments observing flying rabbits or similar happenings can't
make up for the much smaller measure of each such observer-moment.
Unfortunately right now I can't find a way to easily articulate the
reasoning behind that conclusion.

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