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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

How Do You Count Parallel Universes? You Can’t Just Go 1, 2, 3

Blog post from Scientific American about the "measure problem" of counting parallel universes:

Counting Parallel Universes

"The process produces a family tree of universes. The tree is a fractal: no matter how closely you zoom in, it looks the same. In fact, the tree is a dead ringer for one of the most famous fractals of all, the Cantor set."

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