tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post2798265429399178219..comments2021-10-16T03:46:38.244-07:00Comments on TGD diary: Questions and answers about timeMatti Pitkänenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/13512912323574611883noreply@blogger.comBlogger5125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-44146623887514384892014-09-16T01:10:39.551-07:002014-09-16T01:10:39.551-07:00
Dear Hamed,
No! Experienced duration of time d...<br /><br />Dear Hamed,<br /><br />No! Experienced duration of time during the period when reductions occur to same boundary repeatedly (and would not change state at all in ordinary QM) correspond to the *increase the average temporal distance between tips of CDs* involved. <br /><br />The distance between the tips of CD is NOT the duration of experienced life time. The INCREASE of this distance is since sensory percepts come from upper boundaries of CD in superposition and this distance increases on the average. This gives rise to the experienced flow of time correlating with increase of geometric time. <br /><br />Essentially a generalisation of ordinary quantum measurement theory allowing to understand the notion of self and the relation between subjective time and geometric time is in question. One does not anymore just assume that time corresponds to 3-D wavefront proceeding in space-time. <br /><br />Matti PItkanenhttp://tgdtheory.fi/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-14257629119212174252014-09-16T00:29:08.792-07:002014-09-16T00:29:08.792-07:00Dear Matti,
Sorry for Long delay. I must manage ...Dear Matti, <br /><br />Sorry for Long delay. I must manage my time.<br /><br />"Sensory input would come from repeated quantum state function reductions not changing the state at the "lower boundary". This would give rise to flow of time and to self with lifetime identifiable as the increase of average temporal distance of upper boundary from lower one"<br /><br />I don’t understand it. Suppose a person has 20 years old, but his lifetime is 30 years. As I understand the average temporal distance of upper boundary from lower one of CD of the person is 30 years. In repeated quantum state function reductions, his lifetime is increased!!!? But what about his current age(20 years old)?Hamedhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00225654738246237294noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-14747999608448648312014-09-15T12:52:29.154-07:002014-09-15T12:52:29.154-07:00http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v506/n7489/fu...http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v506/n7489/full/nature12994.html<br /><br />Dark Forces....Ullahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/16634036177244152897noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-31149400676690988822014-09-15T06:07:16.159-07:002014-09-15T06:07:16.159-07:00Dear Hamed,
nice to hear about you after long pa...<br />Dear Hamed, <br /><br />nice to hear about you after long pause!<br /><br />I hope that following gives answer to your questions.<br /><br /><br />a) Call the boundary of CD at which state function reduction is occurring repeatedly, lower boundary- The contents of sensory consciousness would come from the superposition of CDs with upper boundary boundary at different temporal distance from lower one with some average temporal distance. <br /><br />Sensory input would come from repeated quantum state function reductions not changing the state at the "lower boundary". This would give rise to flow of time and to self with lifetime identifiable as the increase of average temporal distance of upper boundary from lower one. This is important difference from the original picture years ago which identified quantum jump with any quantum jump. Fixed lower boundary is responsible for the experience that self is something stable. Upper boundary for the experience about changing external world.<br /><br />The first state function to given boundary of CD would be analogous to a measurement of position. Now it would localize say upper boundary of CD to a fixed light cone boundary of M^4 and reduce the part of zero energy state at it. At lower boundary delocalisation would occur. Localization for boundary would induce delocalisation to opposite boundary. <br /><br />This suggests a new interpretation of Uncertainty Principle. Simultaneous measurement of x and p would be modified. The measurement of x would correspond to localisation for the lower boundary of CD and simultaneous measurement of p to sensory perceptions getting information from the state assignably to upper boundaries of CDs in their superposition.<br /><br />In double slit experiment the geometric past changes so that it corresponds to the outcome of the measurement. 3-D wave functions are replaced by time evolutions inside CD. Electron's 4-D wave function after localisation to slit would correspond to classical orbit going just through this slit. <br />Matti PItkanenhttp://tgdtheory.fi/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-10614348.post-58350358367782917892014-09-14T11:59:13.609-07:002014-09-14T11:59:13.609-07:00Dear Matti,
Thanks for the posting.
1-After redu...Dear Matti,<br /><br />Thanks for the posting.<br /><br />1-After reduction of wave function of an electron in some boundary of CD(suppose in lower boundary), if at this moment of consciousness we go from lower to upper boundary and observe the wave function of the electron(In other words we are observing geometric time evolution of electron in this process), what does we see about the evolution of the wavefunction? Is this correct?: We see the electron wave function just over a small 3-surface in lower boundary(because of the reduction in lower boundary) and when we are going from lower to upper at the moment of consciousness we see electron wave function propagates over more regions or over more and more small 3-surfaces.<br /><br />2-In the double slit experiment, we know the wave function of the electron go from both of the slits. But just after the reduction of the wave function on the screen, if we go back to the geometric past, does we see this electron is going in one of the slits or in both?<br /><br />if the questions isn't clear tell me to explain more about them.Hamedhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00225654738246237294noreply@blogger.com