On 10/19/2013 7:07 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
The base problem disappears when you take 1) the universal wave, and 2) accept the idea that all states of the subsystem are relative indexical defined by the base in which some self-aware subparts (local universal machine) can develop and remember personal memories.

But why are self-aware subparts necessarily classical? That's was my question that started this thread. Why can't there be a self-aware subpart that is aware of the wave-functions projection onto other bases in which it is not even approximately diagonal?


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