Re: Free will

Hara Ra (
Mon, 28 Dec 1998 00:31:13 -0800

> John K Clark:
>The trouble with Quantum mechanics isn't that it has no interpretation it's
>that it has too many and they all work. Everett's many world
interpretation is
>consistent with all experimental results performed up to now, the same is
>of John Cramer's Transactional Interpretation, or David Bohm's Pilot Wave
>Interpretation or Niels Boor's Copenhagen Interpretation. Which one is right?
>All of them? None of them?
IMHO, every "interpretation" of QM is an attempt to take our ordinary human perception and project this into QM. If you look at QM as a way to predict measurements, it works out beautifully, just as John's note re Feynman states. "Many Worlds", "Observers", "Collapse of the Wave Function" are all just gibberish. Entertaining, though.

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