Andrew Knight
New York University
A potentially new interpretation of quantum mechanics posits the state of the universe as a consistent set of facts that are instantiated in the correlations among entangled objects. A fact (or event) occurs exactly when the number or density of future possibilities decreases, and a quantum superposition exists if and only if the facts of the universe are consistent with the superposition. The interpretation sheds light on both in-principle and real-world predictability of the universe.
Keywords interpretation of quantum mechanics  universal entanglement  unique history of facts  emergent quantum mechanics  discretization of spacetime
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