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  1. The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett III:Multiple Universes, Mutual Assured Destruction, and the Meltdown of a Nuclear FamilyBy Peter Byrne

  2. basement

  3. Denton Tx

  4. Hugh Jr.

  5. Katherine Kennedy Everett & Hugh III

  6. KK grad

  7. Unified field

  8. Sara

  9. Squaw work

  10. Age 10

  11. einstein

  12. Soldier hugh

  13. Football

  14. Chemistry paper

  15. First Game Theory paper

  16. Notebook

  17. Catholic Univ. transcript

  18. Tautology: Everything exists or there exists at least one thing that does not exist. Since there cannot exist one thing that does not exist, everything must exist. If x exists and x is god, then god exists.

  19. c.u. letter

  20. norbert

  21. Recursive games

  22. Game tree

  23. Bohr-Everett

  24. Transcript tape

  25. Scrap

  26. Prob-wave1

  27. Prob-wave2

  28. Prob-wave3

  29. Prob-wave4

  30. Prob-wave5

  31. Preferred basis

  32. Complementarity

  33. Branching

  34. Possible titles

  35. Original title

  36. Comment on Stern

  37. JAW-Stern

  38. Chapel Hill

  39. Feynman said that the concept • FEYNMAN said that the concept of a “universal wave function” has serious conceptual difficulties. This is so since since this function must contain certain amplitudes for all possible worlds depending on all quantum-mechanical possibilities in the past and thus one is forced to believe in the equal reality of an infinity of possible worlds.

  40. Bohr to Wheeler

  41. ToPhilipp Frank

  42. To DeWitt1

  43. DeWitt ref

  44. DeWitt ref2

  45. Graduation

  46. “Splitting” footnote

  47. Nancy Go

  48. Weapons cert.

  49. Kill chart

  50. PU239