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Are there Everett worlds?

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96-108

Abstract

It is shown that the Everett worlds act on each other with a force that, in principle, can be measured «with a dynamometer». Hence the conclusion that these worlds really exist. It is shown that, contrary to popular belief, the ma­ny-world (Everett) and «casual» (de Broglie — Bohm) interpretations coin­ci­de. A limited path integral was used to describe coordinate measurement in terms of multiworld interpretation.

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