On 12/20/2013 11:18 AM, Stephen Paul King wrote:
On Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 1:34 PM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net
On 12/20/2013 1:07 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
The non-cloning theorem should be obvious, given that any piece of
"matter" needs the entire UD* to get describe exactly, given that the
matter is only the result of the FPI on all computations (an infinite
That seems to prove to much. Although QM says you can't clone an unknown
can exactly reproduce a state; and elementary particles are elementary
are indistinguishable. Your reasoning above seems to imply that every bit
will be unique, an infinite set of relations.
I don't think so! Bruno's argument would still work for indistinguishable particles one
we figure out that particles are NEVER isolated entities. Their properties follow only
from their possible interaction values. Have you noticed that in GR there are no
particles, only events? We can observe an electron here and an electron there and we
cannot distinguish between them, they are fungible, and yet they are not "in the same
It's more than we just can't distinguish them. Bose-Einstein statistics gives different
thermodynamics than Mawell-Boltzman.
Maybe the exchange symmetry is hidding under what Bruno is considering, re the
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