On 10/27/2013 1:23 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
Here's a blog post that might suggest a point of contact:
Don't hesitate to elaborate, but this assumes QM, and does not bear on the mind-body or
No it doesn't assume quantum mechanics. It shows that it non-local correlations were just
a little bit 'stronger' then the world would be much more trivial, which reminded me of
you remark that we live on a kind of fractal border. I don't understand how you propose
to get an "inside" view of arithmetic from which physics must appear, but I thought your
theory might be able to say why the world has QM that has 'just enough' non-local
correlation to make it interesting.
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