At 10:37 AM 8/08/00 -0700, Hal wrote:
>It's been known for a long time that Bell's Theorem does not apply
>to the MWI in terms of showing nonlocality. Tipler refers to a paper
>from 1982 which makes that point.
>Tipler's result is not fundamentally new at all, although as I said he
>does work out some of the math in more detail.
An adjacent paper by Deutsch suggests that the topic was not necessarily
long ago exhausted. Here's David's reply to somebody's comment:
> David's and Patrick Hayden's recent paper "Information Flow in Entangled
> Quantum Systems" dispels the myth of non-locality and shows how quantum
> information is carried by virtue of purely classical means.
There are no purely classical means in nature, of course. But yes, we proved
that in all phenomena that have hitherto been deemed to demonstrate
non-locality (in particular, EPR experiments and quantum teleportation) the
quantum information travels by purely local means, in decoherent information
channels (e.g. down a telephone line).
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