Hi,

Le Jeudi 16 Mars 2006 14:46, [EMAIL PROTECTED] a écrit :
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > 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. 

I don't understand what you want to mean here.

> 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.

What properties of the multiverse would render only one mathematical object 
real and others abstract... It's the same problem as single universe versus 
many.

Quentin

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