Granted the validity of MWI, what sort of implications does this impose upon our notion of "death"? Is the idea of quantum immortality widely accepted among proponents of MWI? Does it suggest that each individual person would only perceive a multiverse whereby they continue to live indefinitely, irrespective of factors such as old age that would naturally terminate a conscious being (at least to the observer)? What about physical inevitabilities, such as the sun's death. I'm no physicist, but I can only imagine this would not bode well for life on Earth. Or what about the collapse of the universe into a singularity (as I understand it, this theory is not accepted unanimously, but assume it is)? Would I die then? Or am I doomed to live quite literally for an eternity, with no glimmer of an Omega Point looming on the horizon? Just the thought of it has me thinking back to Camus and his treatise on Sisyphus . . . PS I suppose I've made some mistakes in my interpretation of QM/MWI or just general physics. You'll have to excuse me. I'm no physicist--just a Wikipedia-junkie with a flair for skepticism. I just hope curiosity really does kill the cat! I don't want to live forever!