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- In his article https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.00850 Sean Carroll says that we should abandon any theory that leads us to the BB problem. Why can't I, by generating quantum random numbers and memorizing them (the record for memorizing pi is 70,000 characters), make my experience as a normal observer so rare that one can say almost without a doubt that I am a Boltzmann brain and reject indeterministic quantum mechanics?

Assuming that all of my brain states are equally likely to be BBs, and that BBs may exist somewhere outside the event horizon and I won't know about this аnd also the fact that I am either BB or OO, by memorizing 70,000 digits in this way, it is expected that I have increased my chance that I am а BB іn 10^70000 times. Where is the error?