HEY! BRUNO - I, (aet) didn't say that. Someone else did. I was quoting them. If you're going to quote somebody, I suggest you get it right.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruno Marchal" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "aet.radal ssg" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: Re: Plaga
Date: Wed, 25 May 2005 20:40:21 +0200

> Le 25-mai-05, à 17:59, aet.radal ssg a écrit :
> > From the initial page from the included link to the archive: "I'm
> > no physicist so I don't know for sure that these implications
> > would
> > follow, but I am very doubtful that interworld communication is consistent
> > with the basics of quantum mechanics.  The fact that this paper has not
> > been published in peer reviewed journals in 7 years indicates that it
> > probably doesn't work."
> Ooooooh... you should not make inferences like that. I could give
> you 10,000 reasons for not publishing. But I have not the time
> because I have a deadline today!
> I red Plaga's paper. It is extremely interesting. It belongs to the
> family of Weinberg's result. Some hoped that a slight
> delinearisation of QM would "explain the collapse". Reasoning a-la
> Weinberg Plaga shows that it is the contrary which happens. Not
> only we keep the MW but they became more "real" in some sense. It
> shows the MWI is stable for slight "variation of the SWE". this
> confirms MWI in a deeper way. It shows quantum non linearity
> contradicts thermodynamics! This is a powerful argument in favor of
> both pure linear QM and MWI.
> (Good for me, it shows nature confirms the lobian machine's
> inability to observe kestrels and starlings when they look enough
> closely to themselves....)
> Bruno
> http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/


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