On 4/28/2022 10:45 AM, John Clark wrote:

On Thu, Apr 28, 2022 at 1:25 PM Alan Grayson <agrayson2...@gmail.com>wrote:/> The unresolved problem is that if you're using the frequentist interpretation of probability, you must count and compare the number of outcomes for each measurement possibility, but you can't do this without knowing that the outcomes that result are *in* the same Worlds. But for this to be true requires another axiom imposed on the SE,/Exactly what axiom would that be? It can't be the Born rule becausethat is not an axiom, that is an experimentaly derived fact.

`It was a guess by Born. If you want a measure on Hilbert space that`

`satisfies Kolmogrov's axioms of probability it must be Born's rule. The`

`axiom could be, "QM measurement results are probabilistic."`

Brent

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