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Rubin, M. A. (2005). There Is No Basis Ambiguity in Everett Quantum Mechanics. Foundations of Physics Letters, 17, 323-341.
https://doi.org/10.1023/B:FOPL.0000035668.37005.e0

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  • TITLE: Many-Worlds, Self, and Dreams

    AUTHORS: Lei Ma

    KEYWORDS: Many-Words Theory, Self, Dreams, Sleepwalking, Déjà Vu

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Philosophy, Vol.7 No.3, August 9, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The many-worlds interpretation offers a fundamental explanation to the seemingly bizarre quantum theory; however, it lacks empirical significance. In this work I put forward the concepts of “nousor” and “counterpart”, and the notion of self structure scheme, by which I argue that the existence of other parallel worlds could be revealed by dream, and those counterparts in different worlds can exchange information through the special nousor to ensure the oneness of counterparts. Many worlds and all lives there follow the rules of correspondence, convergence, limitation, as well as love and hate. Based on the proposed theory, I analyze not only déjà vu phenomenon, but also actual dreams and sleepwalking, to assist us to understand the concept of self. A large database of humanity’s dreams should be constructed for helping predict disruptions both individually and environmentally.