Assume I survive a car/plane crash which we assume could have many
different quantum outcomes including me (dead || alive)
Since I was the same person (entire life history) up until the
crash/quantum 'branch' - then can't I assume that since there was at
least one outcome where I survived, that TO ME I will always survive
other such life/death branches?
Furthermore if I witness a crash where someone dies can I assume that
the victim will survive in their own "world" so far as at least one
quantum branch of survivability seems possible?
- Re: Quantum accident survivor David Kwinter
- Re: Quantum accident survivor Russell Standish
- Re: Quantum accident survivor Matt King
- Re: Quantum accident survivor scerir