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I have studied it 25 five years ago at undergraduate level that correspond to graduate level for today.
I found by myself the possibility of superpositions of waves long time before I read about it.
I am not talking of local but non local hidden variables.
What I think is …
Where I come from …
… you have to do 2 years of college before entering university.
So I did physical sciences including 5 physics courses. Then 3 years in Physics at university.
Just before ending my bachelorship I switched to electrical engineering, mainly for practical reasons.
Where do you think Lee Smolin took his idea of causal sets?
He read it here in my theory..
after I posted a link in the New Scientist magazine a year ago! And he's not the only one. But he was the first to see its value and it is in many ways related to his past years thoughts.
No, there is no majors and minors. After 5 years of high school, you have choice of doing 3 years of college, what we call a technique in French, and go to work or you do 2 years in a specialization before entering university. My specialization at college was physical sciences (what we called pure sciences). Then I did 3 years in Physics at University. The last year was in fact in physics engineering but I had mainly physics courses. In Quebec, there is no cheap school, it is all controlled by government.
I followed him and it was easy to make the link because he said exactly the same things as what I've told to a guy who wrote me an email anonymously...And he took some of my quotes from the forum.
I don't remember exactly, but not very good ones. All in English and I was not as good as now in this language.
Can Causality be violated by say instantaneous quantum entanglement?
...Where do you think Lee Smolin took his idea of causal sets? He read it here in my theory after I posted a link in the New Scientist magazine a year ago!
Quote from: CPT ArkAngel on 26/09/2013 04:24:37...Where do you think Lee Smolin took his idea of causal sets? He read it here in my theory after I posted a link in the New Scientist magazine a year ago!Cool! can you tell me which issue that was (just the month will do), and where the link was in the magazine? was it in the letters section?I'd like to have a read of that. Have you a link to Smolin's 'idea of causal sets', or were you referring to his recent paper on an approach to quantum theory based on the energetic causal sets?You are aware, of course, though, that 'causal set theory' goes back to Rafael Sorkin and colleagues in 1987.