On 3/23/2012 3:08 PM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
In physics there are bifurcations and symmetry breaking. What happens
then if I solve some transient problem for a system where a
bifurcation or symmetry breaking happens. How the choice will be made?
We would use statistics to model such a scenario or, if able to
access infinite computational power, we would compute faithful
simulations of the solutions and see which best matches the
environmental requirements of the universes from which those
bifurcations or any other form of symmetry breaking occurs. Given
infinite computational powers there is no such thing as randomness in a
3-p sense. This is known as "omniscience". We have seen it before...
One thing that most models of statistic fail to sample is the
environment in which a stochastic event occurs, thus they integrate over
them and smears out the very facts that might otherwise inform us of
exactly how and why a "choice was made".
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