cabbagehead wrote:The kind of differences you are thinking of wouldn't show up on parallel universes so close to the datum. So far we are within a few million earths. These are universes that diverged from ours within the last few billion years. You are talking about differences that go back to the Big Bang, when the cosmological constants of our universe may have been determined.
Molokov wrote:It is explained in the books that the Earths stepwise of each other have similar geological features - such as that stretch of Earths with an inland sea in America, or the "corn belt" - so the theory exposed is that each 'step' is just a slight change in the probabilities. The further out you go (1 million+ into the high meggas) then the more geological deviation from the Datum. That's why they have worlds designated as Jokers - they are completely different from their immediate stepwise neighbours, hence worth noting, or avoiding, depending on the Joker in question.
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