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

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, it only seems to work for simple binary choices - QM predicts probabilities that are often irrational numbers. Gleason's theorem goes 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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