I don't know why you think QTI experienced worlds will be random. They
will still be law abiding, but the laws will gradually get more
complex, with more "exceptions to the rule" as time goes on.

Cheers

On Mon, May 09, 2005 at 04:09:26PM -0700, Jonathan Colvin wrote:
> I think you meant "algorithmically *in*compressible".
> 
> The relevance was, I was thinking that those universes where we become
> immortal under MWI are not the conventional rule-based universes such as we
> appear to live in, but a different class of stochastic random ones (which
> require very unlikely strings of random coincidences to instantiate). The
> majority of such universes, being essentially random, are probably not very
> pleasant places to live.
> 
> Jonathan Colvin 
> 

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