Re: psi as a boundary breaking possibility

From: scerir (
Date: Thu Jul 13 2000 - 08:42:06 MDT

CYMM wrote:
<One of the things that I would like to do when I retire is to set up an
experiment where a tunnel diode feeds a really random stream of numbers into
a computer (...running linux, of course!...) and a program analyzes the
stream in realtime chunks for deviation from randomness.
The program feeds this information (maybe even as an overt reward...) to the
human who's trying to modify the stream. So hopefully the human can learn to
develop his/her "PSI" powers if such exist.>
Well, a clean source of random numbers is, perhaps, also this one
In the far future you could also use quantum analyzers, and you
could also perform psi experiments by means of ... quantum robots!

An interesting argument is the Reichenbach's common cause principle
which is often called into question when they perform experiments about
(quantum) nonlocality

Classical (non quantum) nonlocality was sometimes theoretically showed
(superluminal solutions of Maxwell field, etc.) i:e.

A quantum-informational methodology (about cognitive,
psychological, social ans anomalous! phenomena) was
sometimes sketched, i.e.
but I think that the s.c. *structural instability* criterion
is more useful, if we want to build a consistent theory
of psi phenomena.

The Geneva quantum optics group is working
very hard on nonlocality, *cosmic* frame, special relativity,
a review article is:

A very strange *ghost* nonlocality was also shown recently

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