On 12/16/2012 5:15 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
[BM] Everett already show that such relative probabilities does not
depend on the choice of the basis, nor on my "place" in the multiverse.
[SPK] I strongly disagree with this statement! Everett showed the
exact opposite; that relative probabilities completely depend of the
choice of basis and framing.
Prove? This is contrary to what Everett said, and I have try to
contradict him on this, eventually he is right. Deustch tought like
you but has eventually change its mind. There are no prefer basis, and
with the CTM there are not even a prefer ontological theory.
Is it possible to define a "relative probability" in the case where
it is not possible to count or otherwise partition the members of the
ensemble? Not that I know of! If you know how, please explain this to me!
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