- #1

MichaelAlexDavM

- 9

- 1

- TL;DR Summary
- Schrodinger’s cat and the many worlds interpretation presents us with a binary (discrete) outcome but what if there is an infinite number of outcomes i.e. a continuum (uncountable set) of outcomes?

Schrodinger’s Cat and the many worlds interpretation states that the wave function collapse doesn’t happen at all; every possible outcome of an observation actually comes to pass in its own separate universe. We are presented with a binary (discrete) outcome (dead or alive) but what if there are an infinite number of outcomes i.e. a continuum (unaccountably many) number of outcomes?

Instead of possibly killing the cat, let it be anesthetized for a length of time between say 1 and 2 hours, the exact length of time depends on the angle Ѳ, (0 < Ѳ ≤ 2π) of an emitted particle from a radioactive source.

According to the many world interpretation,

Instead of possibly killing the cat, let it be anesthetized for a length of time between say 1 and 2 hours, the exact length of time depends on the angle Ѳ, (0 < Ѳ ≤ 2π) of an emitted particle from a radioactive source.

According to the many world interpretation,

- how many universes will be created?
- will there be uncountability many?