On 1/2/2014 5:35 PM, LizR wrote:
On 3 January 2014 14:31, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net <mailto:meeke...@verizon.net>>
Then I'll start by saying I don't reject MWI, I just have reservations
about it, not
so much that it's wrong, but that it doesn't really solve the problems it
- which implies criticism of the position that MWI has solved all the
interpreting QM. A lot of the above claimed advantages knocking down straw
built on naive interpretations of Bohr. Some are just assumptions, e.g
must be time reversible and linear.
I thought linearit was probabilities adding up to one, which isn't a radical
I didn't say it was radical. The SE is linear which means the linear combination of any
two solutions is also a solution. It's sufficient to preserve probability, but not necessary.
Time reversibility is an observed phenomenon in (almost) all particle interactions, so
surely not an assumption at all?
CPT symmetry is a consequence of Lorentz symmetry. But CP is violated...so.
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