On Thursday, October 3, 2013 11:48:40 PM UTC-4, Brent wrote:
> On 10/3/2013 4:36 PM, Pierz wrote:
> The universe doesn't seem to be too fussed about immense and inescapable
> Of course the universe doesn't care when the immense and inescapable
> redundancy is in our model of it.
Yet under MWI, the multiverse would have to 'care' enough to know the
difference between unity and multiplicity. The idea of a multiverse or
universe is also in our model of it, but since we too are made of the same
elementary physics that everything else in the universe is made of, then
the difference between any model we have of the universe and any modeling
capacity that can exist in the universe could only be one of degree not of
All models make sense because they are based on some sense that the
universe makes. Whatever that elementary sense is cannot be a blind
statistical exhaustion. As far as I can tell, it must be coherent,
consistent, sensitive and creative. Once you have coherence and
sensitivity, then you can mask it with insensitivity to generate
multiplicity, but it might be more like perceptual fill-in on every level -
a pseudo-multiplicity rather than a Planck level, granular realism.
Granularity is a model generated by visual and tactile perception as far as
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