On 1/15/2014 4:13 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
I am not convinced, as I tend to not believe in any primitive time and space, at least
when I tend to believe in comp (of course I *know* nothing).
QM is indeed reversible (in large part), but using this to select one branch by boundary
condition, is still like a form of cosmic solipsism to me. We can't refute it, and
unlike most QM collapse theories, we can't criticize it from locality and determinacy,
but that does not yet make it convincing compare to MW, and infinitely more so in the
comp frame, where we can't avoid the many "dreams".
It's just information from the future - which is exactly the same thing as true
randomness, and both are operationally the same as FPI. That's why I think an advancement
in QM interpretation would be to derive probability. Comp provides an explanation of
randomness, but it's not clear to me that it implies a complex Hilbert space.
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