On 8/5/2011 9:42 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:


Comp already shows that it take the form of an uncertainty calculus on computations. From comp it is easy to derive indeterminacy/uncertainty, non locality, non clonability of the apparent primitive matter. From comp + the classical theory of knowledge you get also symmetry at the observable bottom (the laws are reversible, and 'particles' comes from invariance from such symmetries).

How does comp imply non-locality? I don't even see that it implies a limited speed of signaliing.

Brent

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