Saibal Mitra wrote:
> QTI in the way defined in this list contradicts quantum mechanics. The
> observable part of the universe can only be in a finite number of quantum
> states. So, it can only harbor a finite number of observer moments or
> experiences a person can have, see here for details:
>
> http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0102010
>
> If there can only be a finite number of observer moments you can only
> experience a finite amount of time.
>
> QED.

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So that would imply that when predicting states at some fixed finite time in
the
future there is a smallest, non-zero probability that is realizable. So if our
prediction, using continuum variables as an approximation, indicates a
probability
lower than this value we should set it to zero??
Brent Meeker
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