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May
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answered Was TP Singh right to say that a theory of quantum gravity necessitates the Copenhagen Interpretation?
May
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answered Quantum superposition of states: experimental verification
Oct
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answered Does Quantum Physics really suggests this universe as a computer simulation?
Oct
13
comment Discreteness and Determinism in Superstrings?
(LuboŇ°Motl)..."your musings about QM's "emergence" from classical CAs are as nonsensical as those by G. 't Hooft. The logical frameworks of quantum physics and classical physics are entirely different"... ___who knows ? Reconstruction of Gaussian quantum mechanics from Liouville mechanics with an epistemic restriction arxiv.org/abs/1111.5057
Oct
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revised Definitions: 'locality' vs 'causality'
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Oct
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answered Definitions: 'locality' vs 'causality'
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Oct
13
comment Discreteness and Determinism in Superstrings?
@G.'tHooft arrogance ? "if you want to change your mind about what to measure, because you have "free will", then this change of mind always has its roots in the past, all the way to time -> minus infinity, whether you like it or not" ...then there is only one possible world "have gone any differently than they in fact have gone"
Oct
13
comment Can superdeterminism resolve contextuality, entanglement and Shor's algorithm in quantum mechanics?
@G.'tHooft and in physics.stackexchange.com/questions/32203/… "if you want to change your mind about what to measure, because you have "free will", then this change of mind always has its roots in the past, all the way to time -> minus infinity, whether you like it or not"
Oct
13
comment Can superdeterminism resolve contextuality, entanglement and Shor's algorithm in quantum mechanics?
@G.'tHooft it seem to me that your Superdeterminism is just a Necessitarianism, when you said... "How do you imagine a change in the distant past that affects the gut of a mouse but not the EPR photons? Even if the EPR photons are outside the lightcone, I can simply go further to the past" . the causal chain constituting the world cant have been different, there is just one way for the world to be.
Oct
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comment Why do people rule out local hidden variables?
arxiv.org/1206.5115v2 - Free Will Dropped.
Oct
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revised The quantum state can be interpreted statistically, again
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Oct
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comment The quantum state can be interpreted statistically, again
Distinct Quantum States Can Be Compatible with a Single State of Reality--prl.aps.org/pdf/PRL/v109/i15/e150404
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revised What are cosmological “firewalls”?
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Oct
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answered What are cosmological “firewalls”?
Oct
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answered Is it wrong to talk about wave functions of macroscopic bodies?
Oct
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answered Using quantum entanglement to send messages back to the past
Oct
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answered Is quantum entanglement an objective or subjective property?
Sep
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answered Will cosmological gravitational waves be weaker or stronger than astrophysical ones?