> Georges wrote:
> > - The multiverse is isomorphic to a mathematical object,
> This has to be saying simply that the multiverse IS a mathematical
> object.
> Otherwise it is nonsense.

No, because all mathematical objects, as mathematical objects
exist (or don't exit) on an equal basis. Yet the universe is only
isomorphic to one of them. It has real existence, as opposed
to the other mathematical objects which are only abstract.

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