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Sliced, not Splitted: a Better Alternative to Many-Worlds?

@inproceedings{Thron2021SlicedNS,
  title={Sliced, not Splitted: a Better Alternative to Many-Worlds?},
  author={Christopher Thron and Braeden Welsch},
  year={2021}
}
The many-worlds interpretation (MWI) of quantum mechanics is currently experiencing a popular resurgence, propelled by such prominent and articulate physicists as Sean Carroll, David Deutsch, Max Tegmark, and Lev Vaidman. The consequences of MWI are mind-boggling: the spacetime universe of our experience is only one branch of an unimaginably fast-multiplying plethora of alternative universes held incommunicado. In this paper, we propose that the mass of Medusa’s hair served up by MWI is due to… 

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