Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Retrocausality will have been about to have been being a go!

I've been following John Cramer's activities for about 10 years now. So I was excited to see that he has managed to get money to fund his retrocausality project. Here is a powerpoint about what the project is trying to test.
I personally don't expect the experiment will find evidence of retrocausality-- mainly because I think it would violate free will. I do hope it will shed some more light on the nature of quantum paradoxes.

2 comments:

mike said...

He makes it very clear that there can't be evidence for retrocausality, only against.

How would it violate free will?

D said...

Well, I'm sure you understand it better than I do. Can you show me where he says there can't be evidence for retrocausality?
By violating free will, I mean knowing which choice of experiment I will perform before I have actually made the choice.