No. See the explanation in my new topic "Another shot at how spacetime
emerges from computational reality" and you will (hopefully) see why those
problems are avoided...
On Sunday, December 29, 2013 3:05:24 PM UTC-5, John Clark wrote:
> > wrote
> >> Are faster-than-light influences involved?
>> > No.
> That means you think things are local.
> >> 2. When it is determined whether or not Schrodinger's cat is alive or
>> >> The cat is always either dead or alive. It's just a matter of someone
>> making a measurement to find out.
> That means you think things are realistic, and that means I know for a
> fact your thinking is wrong, not crazy but wrong. We know from experiment
> that Bell's inequality is violated, and that means that locality or realism
> or both MUST be wrong. And yes I know that's crazy, but complain to the
> universe not to me. Your ideas are not crazy, and that is exactly why
> they're wrong. If I were making a universe I'd make it your way too, but
> unfortunately Yehowah got the job not me.
> John K Clark
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