Not much, because of the effect of decoherence.

David Barrett-Lennard wrote:
> 
> I have a feeling some of these points of view are not falsifiable (and
> therefore somewhat meaningless).  An individual that is about to
> experience a QM immortality episode can't perform additional experiments
> to answer (philosophical) questions about his identity.  The only
> observable is the survivor who can talk about who he is and what he
> remembers.
> 
> Please note that my understanding of QM is rather lame...  Doesn't MWI
> require some interaction between branches in order to explain things
> like interference patterns in the two slit experiment?  What does this
> mean for the concept of "identity"?
> 
> - David
> 
> 
> 



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