Re: quantum immortality
- Aki Tasa <jskogste@...> wrote on 14/06/01 2:04 AM:
> Electron in an universe, electron inside a light cone is an electron in a box,My further studies show there is such thing as "free particle in a box".
> an electron that is not free.
"Free" must mean "not in a potential well" then.
> And an electron in a box has this many available states:And number of identical particles (states) is infinity, different infinity for every
> V*Vp/ h�
> I'm not sure what one 'state' looks like, it might look like a particle;
> V*Vp/ h� might be the number of different particles in a Particle. Did I
> guess right?
different particle. So probabilities are continuous, while what is is discrete.
> -----Original Message-----Not according to the MWI. "What is" is the multiverse.
> From: Aki Tasa [mailto:jskogste@...]
> And number of identical particles (states) is infinity,
> different infinity for every
> different particle. So probabilities are continuous, while
> what is is discrete.
We only experience discreteness due to limited viewpoint.