[Tim May]
All indications are that there are virtually no worlds in which random 
guessers do well. 

Lev Vaidman wrote that we must care about all our 'successive' 
worlds in proportion to their measures of existence [Behavior 
Principle]. He does not agree to play the 'quantum Russian 
roulette' because the measure of existence of worlds with 
himself dead is be much larger than the measure of existence 
of the worlds with himself alive and rich!


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