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First of all, you can't fix time travel by getting the philosophy right - that's a wrong understanding of the nature of both physics and philosophy. Neither do I think there is only 'the solution': I think you'll find another solutions include simply the impossibility of time-travel, the Novikov self-consistency principle, or the many-world theory. But, to ...


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That thought experiment can be explained by Hinduism/Shaivism as taught by the vedas see Shvetashvatara Upanishad: God, who is one only, is hidden in all beings. He is all-pervading, and is the inner self of all creatures. He presides over all actions, and all beings reside in Him. He is the witness, and He is the Pure Consciousness According to ...


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Surely, if quantum mechanics is a fundamental theory, and every indication suggests that it is, one ought to begin with a quantum mechanical system and then derive a classical world from it. … [W]hat philosophically minded physicists … have addressed this … ? Sean Carroll is a philosophically minded physicist, and he does take this approach. I am ...


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