# M-theory and many-worlds interpretation

I am getting some confusion on whether M-theory accepts many-worlds interpretation. Can anyone show me the reasons or rebuttals for the possibility of the many-worlds interpretation in M-theory? Thanks.

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@Dilaton See one use of the many-worlds interpretation. I'd say it's pretty useful when you want to get a feel of things. –  Manishearth Mar 11 '12 at 15:53
@Manishearth Yeah I`ve seen the discussion between You and @DavidZaslavsky, but I dont see how the calculations using the classical Maxwell equations can strenghten the case for the MWI and how a proper inclusion of QED should finally differ from the summation over both (or integration over all) paths. I may be wrong of course ... :-) –  Dilaton Mar 17 '12 at 13:23
@Dilaton Yeah, I mean that as a standalone theory it may be pretty useless, but since it doesn't have any serious flaws, we can use it to get a feel of things in conjunction with the main theory. Which makes it useful I suppose. –  Manishearth Mar 17 '12 at 13:28
@Manyshearth Even though I think the MWI is not needed for doing correct calculations in QM, it is probably ok if it helps people getting a feeling for things. –  Dilaton Mar 17 '12 at 13:39
@Dilaton: While it's not any different quantum mechanics, consistientt histories is still usefu,l, e.g. in scattering amlitudes. –  Dimensio1n0 Sep 1 '13 at 4:32