Could physics ever be able to confirm that a certain interpretation of quantum mechanics is correct or is the matter entirely philosophical and thus doomed to the depths of subjectivity?
What do you mean by GHZ here? Something to do with GHZ 3-particle entangled states?Today GHZ makes different predictions than standard QM
That sounds extremely interesting; could you please provide a link to the thread?In another thread it was mentioned an extremely speculative way to experimentally test MWI, but I didn't understand what it involved.
That sounds extremely interesting; could you please provide a link to the thread?
... and Deutsch has published on how the MWI could be tested. He argues that in all likelihood the test could be performed within the next 100 years.
- looked that up too, it depends on technology that doesn't exist and may never. Also, if such tests are performed, CI'ers can still fit the results into their view. Admittedly if Quantum Computing, or "Conscious AGI", ever realized all its promises (or, lies, depending on your view), and it turned out 100% as Deutsch envisions, MWI would win. For now, however, his test is too hypothetical to change anyone's opinion (in my opinion).
Sorry - posting late and tired. GRW, of course, and I'e corrected the original post. Thanks.What do you mean by GHZ here? Something to do with GHZ 3-particle entangled states?
Or did you mean GRW?