John Collins, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, writes:
> Do we live in a universe in which future coin tosses will invariably result
> in "heads," or one in which a mixture of results will occur?
> Of course, we live in both, but the latter constitutes a numerically much
> larger class of universes; one would imagine it would be the same with
> physical laws, including those governing "wave-function collapse": That some
> laws would have a much larger "measure", and would always be the ones we
> discover.

That makes sense.  So instead of arguing over whether wave-function
collapse occurs, we should argue over what is the fraction of our
experiences in which it occurs.


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