I will make one short comment.
There is a difference between the physical nature of the wave function as a sum
over possibilities and the actuality of a measurement.
One can believe in the actuality of all the possibilities.
This is David Deutch’s contention.
It is a matter of debate.
There is no
Dear Koichiro, dear John and Colleagues,
I bump this older post, as it is related to my recent post to Lou.
On 27 Nov 2015, at 02:06, Koichiro Matsuno wrote:
At 4:28 AM 11/27/2015, John C. wrote:
A paper by my former graduate advisor, Jeff Bub, who was a student
of David Bohm’s.
Dear Lou and Colleagues,
On 25 Mar 2016, at 19:51, Louis H Kauffman wrote:
Thank you for this very considered letter.
I would like to ask you about your entry
"6. Quantum information. By keeping an exact accounting about
which predictions are being fulfilled to which
we agree that the word quantum refers to a minimal unit. Applied science
may use the word according to its own definitions. It has not yet been used
in the context of a minimal unit of information. The term information has
been defined by deictic methods, using the tautomat (a kind of