On 8/2/2011 10:52 PM, Colin Geoffrey Hales wrote:
The very act of first person-ness (1^st person frame) in X might be performing the same function ... removing the decoherence apparent to an external observer of X, while remaining decohered in the frame of reference of the 3^rd person observer.
I don't know what you mean by "removing the decoherence"? Do you mean recovering the density matrix as it was before decoherence, so that the person would perceive the superposition of states? Or do you mean something like perceiving the ray in Hilbert space, without projecting it onto a classical observable?
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