At 19:47 23/07/04 +0200, I wrote:
Big Problem 5:
Could a native tell you You will never know that I am knight ?
Very Big Problem 6:
Could a native tell you You will never believe that I am knight ?
It was perhaps not pedagogical to say big and very big.
Here John Mikes would be accurate to
Comments (rants, peals of laughter)?:
We discussed Afshar's experiment before. Kathryn Cramer, the blogger,
is John Cramer's daughter. John Cramer invented the Transactional
Interpretation of QM, similar in flavor to Bohm's pilot wave theory,
and his daughter is pushing Afshar's results as being best understood
in the context of the
I posted this today on the Fabric of Reality Yahoo Group, but would like
to get responses to it over here as well.
First, regarding the idea of magical universes or quantum immortality
for that matter, doesn't this assume a truly infinite number of
universes? However, if you start with the idea
Assuming MWI is correct, and that Tipler's Omega point theory is correct
in that in at least some portion of the multiverse there will exist the
physical capacity for a computer to exist with infinite computing power,
even in the confines of a finite universe, does this then allow for an
You don't need an infinite number of universes, or even an infinite number
of states in the one universe (if there is only one universe) to have
something approaching immortality. If you limit yourself to the information
theoretically containable in even something as small as a human-sized
So far, no-one has been able to tell me what happens to the
probability of bizarre quantum events occurring as t-infinity in a
finite, eternally expanding universe, which incidentally seems more
likely than the Tipler scenario.
I think there are many things that never
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