On Feb 26, 10:34 am, Brent Meeker <meeke...@dslextreme.com> wrote:
> But isn't the EPR experiment a way of avoiding a past constraint.  The
> past constraint is just that the net angular momentum is zero, so there
> is no constraint on the polarization of either photon.  When one is
> measured it can be thought of as sending a message back to the origin
> and forward to the other photon so as to produce the QM correlation.  So
> the amplification takes place on the other particle in the forward
> direction.  Of course you can't send a signal via a correlation.  Here's
> a good discussion of this and some other retrocausation ideas by William
> Wharton:

Good point.

(Mind you, that link you posted doesn't seem quite right! :-) Should
it be this? 
-- it looks interesting, anyway!)


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