[extropy-chat] Somedays the universe delivers

scerir scerir at libero.it
Tue Apr 24 21:33:09 UTC 2007

Robert Bradbury
> *Quantum Physics Parts Ways with Reality*

Essentially the performed experiment
shows a violation of Bell inequality
(valid for local-realistic models, both 
quantum or classical) and a violation 
of Leggett inequality (valid for a class 
of nonlocal-realistic models). The set
of nonlocal-realistic models (nonlocal
hidden variables) is much larger though. 

> I might ask if our reality is in a coherent 
> state with another reality, what the hell happens
> when the differences are resolved?

Dunno. The problem here is 'our reality'.
We have been exposed to the superstition
according to which the quantum world is
afflicted by more uncertainty than the
classical world. Sometimes, or often, this 
seems to be wrong. Quantum phenomena 
very often are more disciplined than 
classical phenomena. In example, quantum 
correlations (i.e. entangled pairs at a distance) 
are always stronger than classical correlations
(i.e. two fragments of a bomb). 

Perhaps there is just a smooth transition 
from our 'reality' (whatever it means) to 
another 'reality', and so on. 

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