>>10990155>if many worlds is correct then your conscious experience exists in a superposition of states. What does that mean for your mental perception?
We don't know what it means, but we know what it feels like. It would be even more correct to say that conscious experience requires superposition of states. Perhaps everything that's physically possible already exists in spacetime and we simply make decisions when we are at Mexican hat potential crossroads, giving the illusion of wavefunction collapse and the apparent irreversible loss of information, leading us to think that time is something that passes when the math says time is static or non existant. >It seems like this almost necessarily implies quantum immortality.
It really doesn't. Implications usually have some logic or reasoning behind them, you just pulled wishful thinking out of your posterior.