You asked me how I explained the spin entanglement paradox day before
yesterday and I referred you to my detailed answer at the the initial post
of the "Another shot at how spacetime arises from quantum reality" topic.
Again I refer you to the same initial post in that topic for the
explanation. It explains the origin of quantum randomness in fair detail.
Let me know if you read it and we can discuss it....
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014 3:18:12 PM UTC-5, Brent wrote:
> On 1/15/2014 4:31 AM, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
> No, you don't get the idea of what I'm saying. Think of a running
> computer program. It's always able to compute its next computation. Same
> with the 'program' that computes reality. It is always able to compute the
> next state of the universe. If it wasn't there obviously wouldn't be a
> universe but there is. Therefore Godel does NOT apply to the running
> program of reality just as it does NOT apply to all the computer programs
> running all over the world right now.
> Therefore the actual logico-mathematical system that continually
> computes reality MUST BE logically self-consistent and logically complete.
> So where does the randomness of QM come from?
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