## Does prophecy violate QM?

I've always wondered that when people claim to predict the future, don't they violate the laws of quantum mechanics? QM says that the state of a future system cannot be known (as it could be for classical physics), but can only be subject to the laws of probability.

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 Blog Entries: 5 Recognitions: Homework Help Science Advisor If you want my opinion, those people should be violating a lot more laws than they do anyway. Especially the kind that used "physical" arguments to support their gibberish ("your energy spectrum is distorted, but if you give me $300 I will resonate your eigenfrequency so that you may pass into a higher spacetime dimension" - *puke*).  Quote by CompuChip If you want my opinion, those people should be violating a lot more laws than they do anyway. Especially the kind that used "physical" arguments to support their gibberish ("your energy spectrum is distorted, but if you give me$ 300 I will resonate your eigenfrequency so that you may pass into a higher spacetime dimension" - *puke*).

## Does prophecy violate QM?

 Quote by CompuChip If you want my opinion, those people should be violating a lot more laws than they do anyway. Especially the kind that used "physical" arguments to support their gibberish ("your energy spectrum is distorted, but if you give me \$ 300 I will resonate your eigenfrequency so that you may pass into a higher spacetime dimension" - *puke*).
Agreed! Did you know that Kevin Trudeau suggested in his book that cooking food at your house instead of going to a restaurant modifies its electrons? The scary thing is that people actually believe this stuff.

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