posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 01:43 PM
reply to post by randomname
Does superposition exist in another universe?
How can somebody choose pop AND pizza at the same time without multiple universes?
Once the universe makes its decision, what's to be said about the other ones it could have made? Did they ever exist and do they still exist? Or did
the universe just have a passing thought?
I don't know about quantum mechanics very well, so forgive me, really. What I'm wondering about is how can superposition be indefinable and yet arrive
at ONE conclusion? Seems contradictory. If it's indefinable then it has no state beforehand and so how can it produce just one result?
If Quantum-ness is indefinable and has no previous state then how am I not ALSO indefinable, possessing no previous state? How can I be discrete if my
foundation is not?
Since when do indefinable things produce definable things?
Unless of course there're infinite numbers of ME's in parallel universes? Thus the ME I perceive to be discrete is in fact an illusion created by my
ignorance of the other universes.
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