Georges Quénot wrote:

> My 2. and 3. remain anyway.
> Georges.

"2. There may well exist a "Harry Potter universe" that
    includes a counterpart of you but it is not causaly
    related to our universe (too far for instance) and
    this is why we cannot observe it. "

The idea that some universes causally relate and others
do not is a kind of physical law. But if every mathematical
object is instantiated, evey mathematically describable physical law
must be as well. So there must be universes, or rather sets of
universes, in which the law about non interacting is false or
works differently.

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