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Aug
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comment Can the Montevideo interpretation of quantum mechanics do what it claims?
Also, if you move the particle (or Schroedinger's cat) very slowly through the interferometer to increase the wavelength, then the payoff is that the experiment takes much longer and you need to fight decoherence that much longer. If G & P did their calculation correctly (which I did not check) then there is a limit to what you can achieve by slowing down the particle or cat.
Aug
29
comment Can the Montevideo interpretation of quantum mechanics do what it claims?
In my example the issue is the uncertainty in the position of the mirror(s) (which has to withstand the recoil of the photon or Schroedinger's cat) and not uncertainty about the metric.