That's not what I say but roughly true. However the classical world is 
mostly a construct of internal mental models of the external computational 
reality rather than being an actual external physical world.

When we study how minds simulate and model external reality this becomes 
clear as I explain in Part IV: Mind and Reality of my book.


On Friday, December 27, 2013 5:13:13 PM UTC-5, Brent wrote:
>  On 12/27/2013 10:06 AM, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
> I generalize Wheeler's statement in my book on Reality to explain how 
> every connected network of events essentially functions as a mini-reality 
> accessible only to event participants of their networks, and it is only 
> through networks connecting through common events that those mini-networks 
> become merged into sharable realities in which "events become real because 
> they become observable".
> So you explain the classical, irreversible nature of observations as a 
> statistical consequence of many interactions, i.e. decoherence.
> Brent

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