On Friday 02 March 2007 19:19:25 Brent Meeker wrote:
> That's a good point. Of course if all possible universes eventuate with
> equal probability, the 2nd law will hold because that is just what is
> assumed by it - there are a lot more ways to age than to stay young.  But
> why "with equal probability".  Bruno's UD must produce some measure on the
> universes it generates, but it's not clear that this agrees with the
> physicists equi-probable (hence the white rabbit problem.  Incidentally why
> do we call it "the white rabbit problem"? White rabbits are quite common. 
> Why isn't it "the white crow problem"?)

It is a reference to Alice in wonderland I think (and maybe to "the follow the 
white rabbit" from matrix which is itself a reference to Alice) ;-D.

Quentin Anciaux

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