Sorry if this had been already discussed: http://arxiv.org/abs/1008.1066 So, what I see (assuming that Universe is infinite, this is an important assumption, not proven of course, but if this is true): 1. The 'Interpretation war' is over, amen, the most important weakness of MWI has been resolved (wow!) 2. As a side effect, Max had shown an equivalence between Bayesian and frequentist definitions of probability (wow!). 3. Finally, there is an additional (and strange) equivalence between MWI branches and alternative histories in spacially different locations of an infinite Universe. As these 2 types of 'branching' are mathematically and observationally equivalent, that goes even futher than just MWI. In fact, *ANY* theory compatible with QM (with countable number of states) in infinite universe would have the same properties. Thoughts?