Stephen P. King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 19 Sep 1999 00:52:10 -0400
You are getting very close to what Pratt is saying!
> > > By instantaneous I mean, in your case, that a GR deflection is immediately
> > > followed by an appropriate QM deflection propagated faster than light
> > > (or infinite) speed, and vice versa for a QM deflection.
> > This would be rephrased as a consistency requirement for the inside and the
> > outside. If any delay existed, consistency would be lost. In this sense,
> > this
> > FTL requirement seems to be the same as Leibniz' "pre-established harmony"
> > that would explain the windowless monads behave in harmony with the
> I am now wondering whether I need another feature for the noumenon...
> i.e., a function describing the relationship between the independent axes.
> Everett would essentially put in the identity function y=x so that
> a majority of other worlds would be nearly identical to our world. My call
> for instantaneousness would then mean that y=f(x) and x=finverse(y) would
> happen immediately or the equivalence would not be. Yes, I think that
> a function of (x,y) pairs should be part of the noumenon; especially since
> all of you probably thought it was? Is this a breakthru or breakdown?
Should we not consider that each observer has its own noumenon, its own
mind, that is independent of all others?
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