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  1. The first three replies I've had in this thread all carry the signature of old school physicalism combined with math. They setout with math, and then finds analogies to fit them to physicalism. I am a supporter of the Bohr/Heisenberg version of the Copenhagen Interpretation. That the measurement itself is a deciding factor in QM (Which was confirmed by the delayed quantum eraser experiment). That does not work well with physicalism. So, it seems this is not a place for me, since (I presume) the majority of you guys here do not support the Bohr/Heisenberg interpretation.
  2. That's not how I see it, but who cares?
  3. Thank you for your replies. Your quantum interpretations seem to be very biased. Maybe I made a mistake coming here. I'll think about it for a while, and then we'll see. Kind regards QT
  4. We have particle/wave duality. And we have non-locality caused by entanglement. The two best known examples of quantum weirdness. But what if they were not two phenomenons, but two expressions of the same phenomenon? The only thing they have in common is measurement. My theory is that measurement itself is causing both phenomenons. Measurement is locking particle behavior. That would mean that very long distance entanglement is impossible, because you can't maintain realtime measurement of a particle far far away. This also solves non-locality's violation of the maximum communication speed (light speed) in General Relativity. (Einstein would be pleased.) Note: I believe I have a very valid alternative to existing theories, but if this belongs in the "Speculation" section, mods may move it and delete this line. Sorry for any inconvenience.
  5. Hello, I'm new here. This is my first post. This is a very interesting subject. I have wondered about the acceleration of our cosmic expansion for long, and to me a multiverse is what makes most sense. Surrounding universes pulling with their gravity from all sides. If not anything else, that acceleration could be the evidence we would demand, to accept a multiverse. Please do not confuse the multiverse with the "quantum many worlds theory", which is completely different and totally unprovable. I see people mixing those up all the time.
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