Schrodinger’s Cat Scratches Back with the Transactional Interpretation

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(c) 2016 Ruth E. Kastner

2 responses to “Schrodinger’s Cat Scratches Back with the Transactional Interpretation

  1. aleksmalecic February 14, 2017 at 5:27 am

    Will Quantum Comix someday gain in popularity?

    I’m reading Gregory Chaitin’s book Meta Math in which he suggests that perhaps infinitely small distances do not exist, but sees a classical “grid” or whatever within reality as computation as the only way out, even if it was proven wrong. It’s difficult to comprehend that “sometimes” it’s pointless to wonder what happens before or after an event or between two events if even space-time is emergent rather than some grid out there.

    • rekastner February 14, 2017 at 2:42 pm

      thanks! Actually the ‘way out’ IMHO is to acknowledge that spacetime is emergent, but discrete. So yes, infinitely small distances do not exist, but it’s not a classical grid.

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