On Feb 23, 7:57 pm, Brent Meeker <meeke...@dslextreme.com> wrote:
>
> Retro causation solves the EPR problem (i.e. provides a local
> explanation of the correlations without hidden variables).  See Vic
> Stenger's book "Timeless Quantum" in which he uses this kind of
> explanation to good effect.  The problem is that some things, like the
> radiation arrow of time and inverse beta decay seem hard to fit in.

Price has done extensive work on the radiation arrow, but I haven't
read it for a while and can't recall offhand what conclusions he
reaches.

Is inverse beta decay an example of T-symmetry breaking, like neutral
kaon decay (IIRC) ? If so, it won't fit into his scheme!

Charles

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