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Level III is simply a matter of interpretation. Tegmark is a many worlds guy and prefers to think that ' if a mouse observes the universe, the mouse, not the universe changes'. Some however, prescribe to the 'consciousness causes collapse' interpretation. In Sarfatti cosmology, as explained above, it is now clear that your view of QM is very similar to the Bohm-de broglie interpretation. Which means particles always have discrete postions but are guided by the wave function, and are subject to the schrodinger wave equation, but the wave function never collapses. There is a kind of eternal information field if you will.  As a result the theory has a single space-time, is non-local and deterministic. Which is why it is related to the work of Sheldon Goldstein, who uses a specific type of Bohmian cosmology. Level III is not needed in your theory and as you righly pointed out 'it is not clear that Level III is real'. It is a matter of interpretation. Which leads back to Wheeler ' The question is what is the question?'---Why so many interpretations?

This is very interesting for me. It always bothered me that there are many different interpretations of QM, There is only one way of understanding relativity or Newtonian mechanics, one world-view if you will, why should QM be different. It would be interesting if different variants of quantum cosmology gave different testable predictions. It seems after thinking about your idea and the above discussion, things don't work in a level III multiverse, it seems to work in a Bohmian universe though. You need the implicate order, an all pervasive information field, transcending space-time for the retro causal effects to be consistent. The implicate order are the anyonic qubit patterns smeared over our future event horizon hologram analogous to the phase pattern on an optical hologram plate similar to Susskind's picture of black hole complementarity.

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