I started to read the text and found the 1st sentence:

*"In modern cosmology, a **multiverse is defined to be a collection of
possible physical universes"*

that pissed me off: 'possible' in our today's sense includes many
'impossibilities' in the sense of a mindset of 1000 years ago and I assume
does NOT include lots of 'possibles' in the scientific(?) mindset 1000 years

I find the position a 'present-day restricted' reductionist approach
adjusted into our 2009(or earlier?) cognitive inventory of physics.

In rigorous science I could not do better, but is it a position you would
really deem  a "a very interesting read"?


On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 5:34 AM, Brian Tenneson <> wrote:

> If it lives up to its abstract, it will be a very interesting read.
> ronaldheld wrote:
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> > comments?
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