Alrighty, io9er here that just wants to point something out. Even though a lot of scientists, myself included, buy into the Many-Worlds Interpretation, the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum mechanics still has about twice as many proponents as any other interpretation. Many-Worlds may well turn out to be a… » 4/10/14 1:49pm 4/10/14 1:49pm

It's not genre, but if you want a bad movie that I've rewatched several times, check out Gods and Generals. I was a huge Civil War nut in school and even today, I reenact, so I went opening day and got hacked on by a suspected tuberculosis patient. Watched it several more times while doing research for various Civil… » 4/09/14 2:22pm 4/09/14 2:22pm

I do occasionally think there is a God, definitely think there could be, and even say that the creationist fine-tuning argument does have merit, as long as it is applied to the multiverse. I realize that saying that there is any merit to a creationist argument round these parts is akin to posting a video of myself… » 3/31/14 10:35pm 3/31/14 10:35pm

I posted over on Gizmodo, but got no response, so I'll ask here. Based on what little I understand of Tegmark's work, quantum computing cannot work without Many-Worlds. We've got quantum computers, so ergo, many-worlds MUST be true. Do I have the right idea, or am I missing something? » 3/25/14 5:22pm 3/25/14 5:22pm