Is 'Fuzzy' logic an appropiate Quantum logic ?

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is 'Fuzzy' logic an appropiate Quantum logic ??

reading...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzzy_logic the question is if we must stablish the fuzzy logic as a method to understand "Quantum World" and the fact that this may help to understand quantization better.

SO we have in nature not probabilities but only "degrees of truth" that are weighted according to some nature laws, in fact is there some method of Quantum logic :confused: that allow us to think differently with its proper system of axioms and rules.
 

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This is an interesting idea. Have you heard of relational quantum mechanics? It basically proposes a similiar idea (http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/qm-relational/#Mermin").

But Isham and Butterfield proposed that Intuitionistic Logic could be used as a quantum logic in their paper "Some possible roles for Topos in Quantum Mechanics" (see arxiv.org/gr-qc/9910005). I warn you, it's complicated math.

That's an interesting idea though, to be honest.
 
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If anybody know something more about using fuzzy logic in physic? Sorry for my english.
 

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