One reason I do not have a facebook account is that I would probably not have enough friends; Most likely my friends would on average have more friends than I do.
This is just another result of this 'mutant form of math' and is explained e.g. here and here (pdf).
Adrian Kent thinks that many worlds interpretations are scientifically inadequate.
He is against many worlds.
In this world.
I wonder what he thinks in the other worlds...
And I wonder if I have on average more friends in the other worlds than in this.
By the way, can a whole world have 'friends'? (*).
(*) Friends have to have something in common. So we define that two different worlds or branches of the m.w.i. are 'friends' if they both contain at least one observer with (almost) the same conscious experience. At any point in time we are then dealing with a 'social network' of worlds and the above friendship paradox applies: Most likely the other worlds will have more 'friends', be more popular, than our world.
If I believe in the many minds interpretation and assume that conscious experience constitutes reality, does this mean our world is most likely less real than others?