No, reality just makes a random choice, that's the computation made. But
the difference between reality math and human QM math is that reality
actually makes an actual choice, whereas human QM math just gives us the
probabilities of choices.
Big difference. Reality does the computation, human math doesn't.
On Saturday, December 28, 2013 8:39:43 PM UTC-5, Brent wrote:
> On 12/28/2013 5:00 PM, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
> > Brent,
> > What we need to understand here is that the actual equations of reality
> math that
> > compute reality DO produce exact results. They have to because events
> actually happen.
> > But the human math equations of decoherence etc. only produce
> probabilistic results.
> Right. So are you saying there is some 'hidden math', like hidden
> variables, or t'Hooft's
> ultradeterminism, or Bohm's universal potential, that secretly determines
> which of the
> probabilities predicted by our QM is actually realized? Is it in
> principle possible for
> us to find this reality math or is it forever hidden?
> > This is a good example of how reality math and human math are different.
> > Omnes/Everett interpretations mistakenly apply only to the human
> equations which are
> > just descriptions, not actuators. E.g. Everett assumes that the human
> quantum equations
> > somehow calculate reality but they don't, and therefore he falsely
> assumes an
> > interpretation of the human math equations has something to do with
> reality but it
> > doesn't. Therefore they have nothing to do with actual reality and in
> particular MWI
> > doesn't apply to the actual math of reality and thus doesn't apply to
> actual reality.
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