In other words, what we observe is the intersection of at least two worldlines macroscopically, or the interference of a plurality of quanta microscopically. We have no unique experience - i. e., one unrelated to another. Observers have evolved to seek patterns of multiple relationships in the environment. The process of participation between observer and object exemplifies the duality fundamental to all measurements. To test reality we must experiment utilizing an interaction of a minimum couple of particles. The cosmos tends toward an increasing possible number of states, representative of the exponentially increasing connections amongst them. Our world appears preferentially where the utmost entanglement resides.