What else logical reasoning and proof is?Originally posted by DrChinese
Does the scientific method presuppose determinism?
Bell's proof is time invariant. So are most theories. Computer age has given us alot of iterated nonlinear functions that have no reversibility, ie you can't reverse-engineer them. Their output appears random by all means. Yet it isn't random.
I wonder, if something irreversible happens at particle level, is there even any remote chance to find cause-effect pattern without trying real hard to crack the crypto first, using heavily indirect hints?
How many theories have looked into iterative closest range particle behaviour where timeflow of particles themselves is heavily variable, being for eg. function of energy, ie is both cause and effect? Linear equations are useless there.