[ExI] Public draft of my book 'Tales of the Turing Church

Stuart LaForge avant at sollegro.com
Sun Oct 21 19:35:23 UTC 2018

On Sun, October 21, 2018 12:41 am, Giulio Prisco wrote:

> No, because according to current consensus the randomness of quantum
> collapse ensures that you can't use it to send signals faster than light.
> Elsewhere in the book I argue that your space-like separation
> scenario shows that the two particles, and the two observers, are really
> one and the same particle and observer.

You and John seem to be agreement on this so I will demur. However, that
entails that Copenhagen is just as likely to be the correct interpretation
of QM as MWI. And the Copenhagen interpretation with its emphasis on
consciousness puts it in opposition with realism and thereby makes it
supportive of the Simulation Argument.

Stuart LaForge

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