>My only question to those who simultaneously believe in many worlds, while
>in conservation of mass and energy: Where does all of the mass and energy
It comes from anti-matter's reflection, like an echo from another time-space continuum.
>Where is the mass and
>energy for these universes coming from?
The circular nature of reality makes it possible for mass and energy to enter a black hole and come out as a new universe. Why is there anything rather than nothing? Because without anything to ask, the question does not exist. Inertia occurs in brains as well as in inert matter.
That there is no apparent source for this, then
>either conservation is maintained and Many Worlds is bunk, or it isn't and
>be measurable phenomena which we can observe which show where the mass and
>coming from outside the universe or out of the zero point field (in which
>energy sources should be possible). Many Worlds is nice and fanciful, and I
>myself, but that doesn't make it true.
Okay, so it comes down to what you like most: your present concept of the universe or one that includes more possibilities. -zen