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  1. #1 Does this theory REALLY proves Many World theory of QM? 
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    Hello all,
    On one forum I found this link:

    http://oyhus.no/QM_explaining_many-worlds.html


    claiming to demonstrate correctness of Many Wordls interpretation of QM.
    On the one hand - seems like well presented arguments.
    On the other: it claimes to be discovered in 1990,and it seems to to appear in any peer-reviewed scientific editions.I think: if it REALY is the case - I even didn't come across any apologist of Many Worlds using THIS argument. Any thoughts?
    Quantum physicists here?


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    To be honest I don't really get the main argument of the article - instead of the particle being a state of superposition, it is now the observer who is in said state. What does that prove ? So far as I can tell this is not in any way different from standard QM with regards to the result, in other words this is indistinguishable from standard QM.
    Besides, I wonder why, if the author studied QM in detail, no maths are presented in the article.


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    And I wonder if it would ever be permitted to be published in any scientific peer-reviewed documents.Utill then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander1304 View Post
    And I wonder if it would ever be permitted to be published in any scientific peer-reviewed documents.Utill then...
    No it wouldn't, because of the lack of a mathematical framework.
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    Markus,I agree,no math here.But isn't simulation experiment enough by itself?Well,results,as You say,are argueble..And,math or no math,no any ardent proponent of MWI ever mentioned his experiment,and it doesn't seem to go farther from his website...
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