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What's wrong with treating "elementary" particles as quasiparticles of a medium described with Poincare symmetries?
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comment Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
@markmitchinson To strengthen out the confusions is my intent. The (nim-existing) "classical rralistic & local models" is a class of imaginary universes that are ruled out by the Bell's theorem. My proposed simulatuon is obviously a very nonlocal mapping between the reality being simulates and the actual simulation code.
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comment Can quantum entanglement be simulated on a digital computer to any degree of precision?
@MarkMitchison This is where I have problem understanding you:"A classical computer canno reproduce ...genuine, physical space-time events". What do you mean by "reproduce" if not simulation? An alternative universe?