On 11 Dec 2013, at 02:23, LizR wrote:

On 10 December 2013 09:06, Jason Resch <jasonre...@gmail.com> wrote:

Bell's theorm proves that local hidden variables are impossible which leaves only two remaining explanations that explain the EPR paradox:

1. Non-local, faster-than-light, relativity violating effects
2. Measurements have more than one outcome

In light of Bell's theorem, either special relativity is false or many-world's is true.

Bell realised there was a third explanation involving the relevant laws of physics operating in a time symmetric fashion. (Oddly this appears to be the hardest one for people to grasp, however.)

But the many worlds don't disappear, unless you invoke a sort of quantum conspiracy, which might be true, but it begins to look like a super-selection of one branch among the many, and it has to use some special initial conditions. It works logically, if you add non-comp, as with comp, you get the many computations anyway, without quantum nor comp conspiracies or super-determinism.

Bruno





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