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« on: 20/02/2008 18:18:46 »
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What is the relationship between relative time and quantum time with reference to Aharonov's Theory


 

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« Reply #1 on: 20/02/2008 19:27:05 »
When the output of a quantum interection "observer" is included in the experiment quantum processes do not involve time.  This is a relatively new suggestion to extend the aready proved Aharonov theory which proves general quantum spatial non locality even when the principlal path does not include signifcant structure that affects the result.

The simplest way of expressing this is that in effect all quantum processes include the entire universe at all times in their results.  A good reference to help with this concept is the book by Julian Barbour  "The End of Time"  ISBN 0 297 81985 2.
 

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« Reply #2 on: 21/02/2008 19:51:36 »
Quantum mechanical uncertinty always applies,  I assuumed that you would be well aware of that fact.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 22/02/2008 09:47:07 »
That is precisely What I am saying.  All the waves/particles in the entire universe exist AT ALL TIMES in the entire universe it's just that the probability of finding them in most places is extremely small.  That is the real weirdness of quantum mechanics.  Space and time is only there because of the way we interact with the universe.

String theory shows this in reality things may be a long way apart in our three dimensions but they are extremely close together in all the other dimensions which are curled up and out of sight.

Now this doesn't mean that you can blithely go leaping about in time and space at random without obeying the rules.  You need to get the whole universe's "permission" and that could be quite difficult! :-)
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« Reply #4 on: 22/02/2008 10:12:44 »
It appears that this conversation is probably being operated at several places at once because your reaction does not match my reply but probably matches replies on a different website.  Talk sense, or I will ask for this topic to be deleted.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 23/02/2008 23:07:21 »
Moderators please delete this topic or move it to the "new theories" section sadly it has deteriorated to gibberish again.  Please note John lisk I am quite happy to listen to and talk about your ideas in the new theories area provided you present them sensibly in reasonable English.
 

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