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It has been proven by Thomas Breuer that an observer from inside a system where he is properly contained, cannot know its full physical state, and as such, cannot make accurate predictions of its future. One can make a link with free will here: an observer cannot predict oneself, regardless of how good physical theories he employs. The proof is mathematical, ...


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Yes, exactly. It looks like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indra%27s_net A real problem is our intuition that 'true' always means getting to look behind the curtain - 'getting our homework marked by god'. When we think hard though, we find 'true' isn't IN the 'facts', it is IN the whole situation of evaluating them; and never stands separately from that....


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It is only a question of how you wish to use the term "exist." It's just a word, it can be used any way you like. You may use the word "exist" (or "real") to refer only to physically existent things in our current physical universe, such as hamburgers but not unicorns. You may use these words to refer to things that could ...


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