When I stated in the original reply that pulling information out of other worlds in the MWI context was prohibited by physics, I was referring to information about those universes. As I stated, obviously you can create a superposition to utilize processing power in other universes, but you can't take from this information about the universes/worlds you are utilizing. Therefore, the original concept of people "seeing" into other universes seems to be prohibited by the laws of physics.
As I understand it, the mathematics of Hilbert space prohibits inter-world communications because the attempt to remove information from Hilbert space causes decoherence, destroying reversibility. "Any Hilbert space accessible from more than one world line must be a timeless place, in which we can leave no permanent mark." - Colin Bruce
Also, I'm interested in your TIME hypothesis. Could you refer me to a source for information, or summarize for me?
Russell Standish wrote:
On Wed, May 11, 2005 at 09:13:33AM -0400, John M wrote:Russell wrote to Danny:The Grover algorithm is a form of accessing information from other worlds.Of course the worlds need to be prepared in just the right way, of course...<I suppose these "other worlds" are potential life-form carrying bodies of this (our) universe, because as far as I know we have no way(s) to access any information from other universes (that MAY be) - unless we take our speculations for 'real'. Does the "prepared" mean some adjustment to understand the diverse situations in terms familiar to us here? that would mean a humanization (anthropomorphization) of the non-human. Would that be productive in the scientific sense?Communication between worlds takes place within the confines of quantum superposition. Setting up the superposed states is what I mean by "prepared".