On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 03:20:54PM +0200, Bruno Marchal wrote: > I mentioned Deutsch for his account of time in term of parallel universes. > I don't remember if Deutsch deduced this explicitly from relativity. > (I lend his book so I cannot verify now). > I was just doing the following caricatural reasoning: > General Relativity (GR): gravitation = space-time curvature > Quantum mechanics (QM): forces should be quantized (and unified through > symmetry/broken-symmetry) > Now GR + QM gives: space-time itself should be quantized. A MWI view of this > doesn't give many minkowski worlds, but something more like a > discrete minkowski multiverse.

Is there a paper or book that describes this discrete minkowski multiverse in more detail? > If you call being stuck in front of a white page working y're right. Sorry. I don't understand your difficulty. Why don't you just take your thesis and all of the posts you've written for this list, put them into some logical order, edit, and publish? Thanks for the list of prerequisites, BTW. I'm going to read Three Roads to Quantum Gravity, Quantum Logic in Algebraic Approach, and Mathematics of Modality, and get back to you.