I completely agree with both of your posts, SS and Ted.
But to be more specific:
Ted Vollers wrote:
We don't really know if the rule set was or is consistently set up.
Ted, could you please explain more about what you meant by consistent in that post? I could be misinterpreting it.
It's hard to put into words, but I'll try again:
Given multiple "world's" in PMR, it would seem that our rule-set would have to be more consistent than a PMR with only one world. Especially the initial conditions - yes space is just virtual but you still experience it within a rule set that is consistent.
So, the "lights in the sky" are much more constrained if you were to have sentient beings living on/by some of them. Compare this to a PMR with only one world, where the lights in the sky could truly just be lights with absolutely no other data about them in TBC until (perhaps) one day observed at a smaller fractal scale.
I personally think a multiple world's PMR is more likely, for reasons similar to what SS said. It would seem to be more computationally efficient to instantiate multiple world's per PMR than to have just one. Again, it would likely happen for similar reasons AI Guy could exist - the right conditions and environment is all that's needed. The slight difference would be that AI Guy would be born within TBC while we were born within AUM (I remember reading this in MBT somewhere, but I could be mistaken on the difference).