On Fri, Apr 29, 2022 at 9:58 AM Alan Grayson <agrayson2...@gmail.com> wrote:

*No, I did NOT admit that no ensemble of measurements can exist, what I
>>>> said was "no world can have more than one trial because if many worlds is
>>>> correct then each trial splits a world". But the outcome of a trial can be
>>>> written down in a history book, and when the world splits as a result of
>>>> that trial the history book is duplicated  along with it so each world has
>>>> a copy of the history book.*
>>>> > Case closed.
>>>> *I don't think so. *
>>> *>> But if you keep applying Born's rule to the energy of these splits,
>>> as Sean claims, after a while your history book will shrink and become
>>> unreadable. AG *
>> *> Why?*
> *> You referenced Sean's blog, which I assume you affirm. He claims that
> on each split, each universe has half the energy of the prior split, where
> each has a probability of .5. So the total energy of anything within a
> split, including the record you want to keep, reduces on each split. Pretty
> soon it will be unreadable. AG  *

*For Darwin's sake!! * I've already answered that criticism several times,
if you want to challenge what I said with a logical argument then fine, but
don't just keep repeating the same damn thing over and over again like a
John K Clark    See what's on my new list at  Extropolis


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