[ExI] Bell's Inequality
johnkclark at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 05:45:58 UTC 2017
On Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 7:48 PM, Adrian Tymes <atymes at gmail.com> wrote:
> As is the theory that the other parts of the superposition were real
> and continue to exist forever, just somehow shifting to some other
> "world" that did not exist before that moment. QM contains no
> provision for any of that.
On the contrary, if you assume Schrodinger's
Wave Equation means what it says then it does indeed exist forever, the
mathematics say nothing about it collapsing. MWI unquestionably makes the
fewest assumptions, everybody assumes the
Wave Equation (or the equivalent Heisenberg Matrices) is correct but in
Copenhagen assumes the act of observation does mysterious things
though it can't say exactly
(or even approximately)
what a measurement is.
Pilot Wave assumes a thing that can not be directly measured somehow guides
things around almost like the finger of God.
Transactional assumes the future can
But MWI assumes none of that, all MWI assumes is
Wave Equation and Heisenberg Matrices
mean what they say
mean. That's it. Paul Davies
MWI as being "cheap on assumptions, but
expensive on universes".
> superdeterminism is not necessarily
> incompatible with free will
Tell me what "free will" means and I'll tell you if I agree.
John K Clark
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