> unless you are willing to say that white rabbit universes have a
> lower absolute measure than stable-laws-of-nature universes, you have no
> justification for expecting that you are unlikely to experience such events
> in your future.
You have no justification, but in (everything like) multiverse, it is for sure
(probability 1) that an extension of your present self *will* experience
weird events. Because all possibilities are fullfiled in the multiverse...
The problem arise because of what we call "I"... the "I" that will experience
weird thing will remember being the present "I"... So when you say that you
have to explain why *you* are unlikely to experience weird event, who is
"you" ? All next "you" will remember being current "you".