On 12/18/2013 3:16 PM, Stephen Paul King wrote:
My point is not about any kind of "specialness", *the same condition follows for any frame that is consistent with the math*. There is no such thing, mathematically, as a "view from nowhere" or, equivalently, for a "god's eye point of view." God is dead and so is his "view". For QM, things are even more restrictive: one has to assume that the Hilbert space of the wave function is *finite* and a choice of the basis of that space <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basis_%28linear_algebra%29> must be done. That's the math...
?? A Hilbert space is an infinite dimensional vector space. Choosing a basis in only a calculational convenience, like choosing a coordinate system. The choice has no effect on any physics, just on how hard or easy some calculation is.
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