In my opinion (and others said so in the corresponding comments too) this question, asking about some difficulties that occur in investigating the string theory landscape (such as the measurement problem for example) has wrongly been closed. It asks about a valid topic in mainstream theoretical physics, which is actively investigated by esteemed physicists. The question adresses several points that highlight difficulties in investigating the string theory landscape. However, these points are so closely related that the whole set can easily be addressed by a single answer. These subquestions just give the details the OP is interested in and they can easily be adressed by a single coherent answer. The mere existance of such closely related subquestions in a post should not be a reason to close. I have seen tons of questions which eplained the topic they are interested in by closely related subquestions, and there was (rightly so) no need to close them; they got nice upvoted answers, etc
So, as David Zaslavsky suggested in the comments to clarify the issue on meta, my question here is:
Can this question (after improvements if needed?) be reopened?