On 02 Apr 2012, at 18:40, meekerdb wrote:
On 4/2/2012 9:14 AM, John Clark wrote:
> If Everett is right the probability must be derived from the
statistics of measurements *as described by the wave evolution*.
If Everett is right then you can use the square of the absolute
value of the Schrodinger Wave Equation to help you guess which
branch you are in, he says it's the best guess you can make with
the limited information you have at your disposal, it's not perfect
but it's the best we can do. However if Everett is right everything
that can happen to you will happen to you somewhere in some branch
of the multiverse.
Except there is the same equivocation on "you" as in Bruno's
Exactly. Quentin has already done that remark, and it is a bit of a
mystery that John seems to have no problem for the QM indeterminacy in
Everett QM, and seems to have a problem in the comp classical frame.
As David points out, John Clark did understand step 3, at some point.
I think this too. Then he seems unable to acknowledge it, and he comes
back with his confusion between 3-view on 1-views and the 1-views
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