A Conversation for Proving The Existence of Parallel Universes (with the Added Bonus of Immortality)
arcticwolfe Started conversation Oct 19, 2005
How do quantum computers perform different parts of a calculation in different universes? Would, say, my home PC do this as well?
arcticwolfe Posted Oct 19, 2005
According to this theory, a person would never experiance death, only witness it. The universe splits off, and he only recognizes the one in which he is alive.
The problem is that everyone dies. Very few people lived beyond 130 or so before something happened and they were no longer among the living.
If the universe splits off every time someone would die, why don't we see older people? Just bad luck?
Baryonic Being - save GuideML out of a word-processor: A7720562 Posted Oct 22, 2005
This universe always reflects the most probable quantum outcomes, so we're not going to end up in the universe where nobody dies.
The whole theory is just speculation, really. We need more evidence and insight into the nature of quantum 'decisions', parallel universes and the multiverse, and even such things as souls and human perception. I'm optimistic that we'll find out more about the former.
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