What does "happening right now" mean in the MWI concept?  Einstein showed 
that there is no universal "right now."  Are you confusing this with a 
saying that I've seen attributed to C. A. Pickover, in his book “Keys to 
Infinity”?  It goes “In infinite time and infinite space, whatever can 
happen, must happen, not only once but an infinite number of times.”

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From: "Mark Fancey" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Hal Finney" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 2:30 PM
Subject: Re: Implications of MWI


You say that you are more careful now (and everyone should always be
more careful!); but is it not, in fact, irrelevant? This is because
the worlds in which you cause great tragedy exist even before you
arrive at a branch point that could take you to them.

I am taking this from the saying:
         'everything that can happen does happen and is happening right now'

It is also my understanding that time travel (travelling along
timelike curves) is quite possible; I have always grown up being told
that it is not possible. Altering my worldview on that one is taking
some time! To me it is the ultimate surveillance tool and makes me
quite jittery!


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