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On the Cardinality of Future Worldlines in Discrete Spacetime Structures

Ahmet \c{C}evikZeki Seskir
Sep 2021
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We make an analysis over a variation of causal sets where the light cone ofan event is represented by finitely branching trees with respect to any givenarbitrary dynamics. We argue through basic topological properties of Cantorspace that under certain assumptions about the universe, spacetime structureand causation, given any event $x$, if all worldlines extending the event $x$are `eventually deterministic', then within the many-worlds interpretation, thenumber of future worldlines with respect to $x$ is exactly $\aleph_0$. We alsoobserve that if there are countably many future worldlines with respect to $x$,then at least one of them must be necessarily `decidable' in the sense thatthere is an algorithm which determines whether or not any given event belongsto the given worldline. We finally point out the fact that there can be onlycountably many worldlines that have an end.
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