theory that states probabilities are an emergent phenonenom of us being uncertain of what timeline we're in.
Confusing stuff but interesting none the less
In this article we argue that probability arises in Everettian quantum mechanics because observers with perfect knowledge (of their immediate circumstances and the state of the universe as a whole) necessarily evolve into conditions of self-locating uncertainty, in which they do not know which approximately isolated semi-classical world (or ‘branch’) they inhabit
In Everettian quantum mechanics, the wave function branches when the system becomes sufficiently entangled with the environment to produce decoherence
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