>>12614053>>12606834>>12606660>When all theories are possible in some fictional alternate universe, you cheapen the understanding of the universe we live in for some kind of weed-induced "bro moment" that leads to no new understanding but only more doubt of the scientific rigor that has built the modern society we all benefit from
MWI does not say either of these thing. You are both laughably misinformed on this topic. Your description of MWI is quite literally on a level comparable to one of those people who say that evolution is false because they never saw a monkey turn into a human.
You have justifiable skepticism of the scientific community (and don't ever let some low IQ normie tell you that something is 'settled science'), but MWI say something completely different. All mathematical constants, physical constants, and laws of physics remain unchanged in all universes under the MWI. MWI just concerns the path of particles through space. MWI says that whenever, due to quantum mechanical effects, a wavefunction can collapse into one of two trajectories, both trajectories must be realized in some other universe. What this entails, is that any physical state that is consistent with the initial conditions of the universe will be realized in some other universe. It doesn't entail that all conceptual possibilities occur in some other universe, that there are an infinite number of universes, or that physical and mathematical constants are different in other universes. The number of universes is constrained by the size of the phase space of your own universe. If another universe could not have been a causal descendant of the the initial conditions of you own universe, then that universe is not predicted by MWI. You need to think of the universe like a billiard table, and all the particles like little billiard balls. Any configuration is real in some other universe. Also this >>12606941>>12608406
You completely missed anons point.