Why is reality so determined to shake itself to pieces? Is this not self-destruction? We are left with a trail of crumbs, which might or might not lead us back to reality. Let us examine the crumbs.
What we see are atoms, sense data and vocabulary. What are their features? Elementarity and commonality are the prime features. Is this a logical necessity?
Relationality in a space-time manifold requires communicability. Communicability requires commonality. Commonality requires elementarity.
We have a hard time imagining an unprojected reality. Mathematics, poetry and songs are partial steps in that direction. Intuition and telepathy also provide a more direct and holistic grasp of reality.
Commonality and elementarity also enable reconstruction. Reality shakes itself apart and we put it back together. We have to wonder how many times reality has been reconstructed and how many realities there are? This raises the problem of superfluity, which seems to detract from our supposed meaningfulness. 10^10 is a lot of redundancy to begin with. We might suppose that redundancy and superfluity are two very different considerations from a cosmic perspective.
I am still inclined to believe that by shear logic there must exist a maximally dense reality and that this world is it. Maximal density also is related to our AXO schema. I would have to agree with the Christians that the positing multiple x-events is oxymoronically pleonastic, if you get my drift. The entire significance of the x-event has to do with not being wasteful and not being wasted.
The demands of teleology might provide a solution to the
paradox. We can of course construct realities Lite sans AXO, but
we may have been drafted into the ‘telic’ construction of this world, which
only appears to us as reconstruction. Rather like eating our cake
and having it too. Who ever said that God was not clever.