On 4/25/2022 9:01 AM, John Clark wrote:

It doesn't matter what you use, you're going to need an energy calibration standard because there's just no way to measure the absolute energy of anything, you can only measure the relative energy.

Energy is proportional to mass thru the speed of light.  And mass can be measured relative to a standard unit both gravitationally and inertially.  The real problem you're pointing to is that the MWI idea is that probability weighting of a branch rescales everything, KE, EM potential, ...  Does it rescale the angular momentum of spin?  You might as well postulate it doing so because there's really no proven theory of probability scaling of physical values.


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