On 30 Dec 2013, at 22:00, John Clark wrote:
On Sun, Dec 29, 2013 at 4:52 PM, Jason Resch <jasonre...@gmail.com>
>> 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.
> Or measurements are multi-valued. MWI has both locality and
If the many World's Theory was local AND realistic we'd know with
certainty that it's wrong because any theory that is consistent with
experimental results can NOT be both.
Only with adding "uniqueness" of the outcomes.
But MWI could be true because although it is realistic it is not
I have never seen a proof of this. All proofs assume uniqueness of
outcome. I agree that some proof that MW is local admits loophole, but
that does not mean that such action at a distance exist, and proof
that they exist admits loophole too.
A entire parallel universe as big as our own that you can never go
to or even see is about as far from being local as you can get.
Differentiation/splitting of "universes" is a local phenomenon. It is
not instantaneous at all.
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