RE: [Fis] Bell\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue?Classical and Quantum waves

2006-06-05 Thread Loet Leydesdorff
One decisive difficulty with the quantum world is with its limited linguistic accessibility. If one dares to say something definite about the Q world in third person description in the present tense, this would come to imply something definite, whenever and wherever. This form of

Re: [Fis] Addition of probabilities

2006-06-05 Thread Aleks Jakulin
Koichiro Matsuno wrote: However, quantum mechanics interprets the experiments in a Hilbert space. If a physicist picks up a strange Hilbert space, a biological organism may have a curious intersection between being alive and dead there. This is only a problem if one interprets the Hilbert

Re: [Fis] Bell\\\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue? Classical and Quantum waves

2006-06-05 Thread John Collier
Professor John Collier Philosophy, University of KwaZulu-Natal Durban 4041 South Africa T: +27 (31) 260 3248 / 260 2292 F: +27 (31) 260 3031 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://ukzn.ac.za/undphil/collier Andrei Khrennikov [EMAIL PROTECTED] 06/05/06 2:54 PM Dear John, On a somewhat different