On 22 Dec 2012, at 22:01, meekerdb wrote:

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On 12/22/2012 11:56 AM, Jason Resch wrote:Deutsch et al. have solved the probability problem.I don't think so. If you are referring to his decision analysis, itonly seems to work for simple binary choices - QM predictsprobabilities that are often irrational numbers. Gleason's theoremgoes part way but it depends on solving the einselection problem.

`So, is it not that everything is solved with both Gleason theorem`

`(measure) and MW+comp (einselection)?`

`Except the mind-body problem, of course, which needs to generalize`

`both MW and Gleason on arithmetic, but the logic of self-reference`

`already shows the shadow of a "Gleason theorem" for arithmetic and its`

`inside views.`

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