> 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.

There might be universes interacting one with each other
(though from my viewpoint I would tend to consider a set
of interactive universes as a single universe) but it
might also be that the one in which we live is among
the ones that are not causally connected to any other.

And what about 3. ?


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