I have written a paper about “multiverse-wide cooperation via correlated decision-making” and would like to find a few more people who’d be interested in giving a last round of comments before publication. The basic idea of the paper is described in a talk you can find here. The paper elaborates on many of the ideas and contains a lot of additional material. While the talk assumes a lot of prior knowledge, the paper is meant to be a bit more accessible. So, don’t be disheartened if you find the talk hard to follow — one goal of getting feedback is to find out which parts of the paper could be made more easy to understand.
If you’re interested, please comment or send me a PM. If you do, I will send you a link to a Google Doc with the paper once I'm done with editing, i.e. in about one week. (I’m afraid you’ll need a Google Account to read and comment.) I plan to start typesetting the paper in LaTeX in about a month, so you’ll have three weeks to comment. Since the paper is long, it’s totally fine if you don’t read the whole thing or just browse around a bit.