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  1. #1 Everett's many worlds violates thermodymics? 
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    I've always wondered how Hugh Everett's many worlds interpretation of quantum behaviour doesn't violate the conservation of energy law.
    I mean was he saying that energy is conserved across multiple universes? And if that's so, does that mean there are a finite number of universes, because an infinite number might mean an infinite amount of energy and lead to the same problems Plank had when he realised there must be a discrete quanta of energy to avoid the ultraviolet catastophe when he was contemplating black body radiation?

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