Many Worlds in One

@inproceedings{Garriga2007ManyWI,
  title={Many Worlds in One},
  author={J. Garriga and A. Vilenkin},
  year={2007}
}
  • J. Garriga, A. Vilenkin
  • Published 2007
  • Physics
  • A generic prediction of inflation is that the thermalized region we inhabit is spatially infinite. Thus, it contains an infinite number of regions of the same size as our observable universe, which we shall denote as O regions. We argue that the number of possible histories which may take place inside of an O region, from the time of recombination up to the present time, is finite. Hence, there are an infinite number of O regions with identical histories up to the present, but which need not be… CONTINUE READING

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