He offers a way that we can be sure if we are living in a multiverse:
Recall that the science-based justification for the multiverse is quantum physics: A particle must indeed exist in two different states—precisely because it exists in two different universes. Then the observers of the particle must also exist in both universes because they existed in the universe before the particle became superpositioned…
Remember, we, as observers, are guaranteed to be in all the universes with all the possible sequences, and thus we are also in the universe with a thousand heads. And thus we achieve our test of the multiverse: if we ever observe our quantum coin flipper flip a thousand heads in a row, we can be almost certain the multiverse theory is true.Eric Holloway, “Here is a way we can be sure if we are living in a multiverse” at Mind Matters News
But this is an experiment with a difference:
For our experiment, we need a quantum coin flipper, a disintegration gun, and observers who are sure that there is an infinite array of universes out there.Eric Holloway, “Here is a way we can be sure if we are living in a multiverse” at Mind Matters News
An essential part of the process of discovering the truth will be the disintegration ray gun… Read the fine print.
PS: Seen on a T-shirt: Schrodinger’s Cat: Wanted Dead or Alive
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