If you subdivide a continuum, I assume you can do so in a way that gives
the required probabilities. For example if the part of the multiverse that
is involved in performing a quantum measurement with a 50-50 chance of
either outcome is represented by the numbers 0 to 1, you can divide those
into 0-0.5 and 0.5 to 1. Doesn't David do something like this in FOR? (Or
is this too simplistic?)

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