A bit doom and gloom, since this means that even in a multi-verse, everything eventually stops, freezes, and dies. Although... what about the Law of motion? Everything in motion stays in motion until acted upon by an external force, right? Yet this theory says... everything in motion stays in motion until it runs out of thermal energy, which is an internal force. Hmmm.
I find this one fascinating, as it emphasizes the power of the mind. It also helps understand how different people experience Virtual Reality; since no two people experience things the same way, and how one person experiences something cannot be known by another. We can only attempt to share these experiences through analogy.
In one, only the present is real because we cannot exist in the past nor
future; thus the past and future are imagined concepts. Whereas in the
other, time is multi-layered, and all layers of time exist
simultaneously. Where we exist is determined by the observer.
Eternalism is a personal favorite of mine. Although it poses the problem of free will potentially being an illusion; since the future already exists.
I like this idea because it relies on the concept of the Multi-verse coupled with the endless possibilities of infinity.
While I put this in the Off-Topic thread, I did start to thinking... how awesome would it be if a VR App was created that allowed people to exist in each of these philosophical worlds?