On 12/31/2013 1:51 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
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
In an EPR experiment if you imagine a forward light cone of entanglement issuing from
Alice and another from Bob those are STL effects (aka local), but where the light cones
start to overlap it is observed that there is more correlation than can be accounted for
by a local variables at the EPR source. That's sort of the definition of "influence". So
the split into different quasi-classical worlds didn't just start from Alice or from Bob,
they had to split in a a correlated way.
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