I think that individual Free Will is part of a more inclusive
teleology. This is the reason that experienced sorcerers caution not to
"wish for" a specific item in the material sense. One attempts by free
will to accomplish the desired result in general, not specific, terms.
As huna magick practitioners advise: you may not get a gold chevrolet
because a gold cevrolet is not available in your circumstances. But if
your working is for a better car (for whatever reason) you will
probably gwt it, if not exactly immediately.
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Closed timelike curves, superluminal signals, and "free will" in
universal quantum mechanics
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Jack Sarfatti http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/1006.0338%5b
timelike curves, superluminal signals, and "free will" in
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Jack Sarfatti "As is well known, nonlocal quantum correlations (as,
e.g., in the state (4)) cannot be used for superluminal signalization.
A standard explanation of this fact is as follows: A signal
in a practical sense is information chosen by a human and sent to a
receiver. On the other hand, a human cannot freely decide which of the
two possibilities on the right-hand side
of (4) will be realized. Instead, this “decision” is done by nature,
in a random manner.
Thus, since a human cannot freely decide which information will be
sent, the nonlocal
correlations cannot be interpreted as superluminal signals.
Yet, there is something potentially disturbing with this standard
if true FW does not exist, then humans cannot ever choose anything.
Does it also mean
that they can never send any kind of signals, not even signals slower
than light? And
second, if this is so, then what is special about the inability to
send superluminal signals?
The answer to the first question is that even though true signals
cannot be sent when
true FW does not exist, it is irrelevant from the practical point of
view. As long as the
illusion of FW exists (in a form which, for all practical purposes,
cannot be distinguished
from true FW), the illusion of ability to send signals exists as
And for all practical
purposes, such illusional signals cannot be distinguished from true
signals.20 hours ago · Like · 2
Jack Sarfatti But what about the second question? If all practical
signals are actually illusional
signals, then what is special about superluminal signals? Or more
constructively, is it
possible to use nonlocal quantum correlations to create an illusion
ization which, for all practical purposes, could not be distinguished
from true superluminal
signalization? Below we argue that it is possible! But before that,
a prerequisite we
need to introduce one additional new idea – the idea of quantum
Humans are suggestive beings. They are often inclined to “decide” to
do what others
have suggested them to do. Sometimes, they are not even aware that
their “decision” was
influenced by an external suggestion. (For example, this can be
achieved by hypnosis or
by certain subtle forms of advertisement.) In such a case, a person
may be convinced that
he made a free decision by himself, even though his “decision” was
through an external suggestion. In practice, such suggestions can be
easily transferred to
humans by “classical” signals – signals that can be described in
of classical physics.
Nevertheless, in principle, the signal could also be a quantum
suggestion is a suggestion transferred to a human through a quantum
signal." ???? I am skeptical of this.20 hours ago · Like
Steven Pratt Greetings Jack, after reading the article I would add
that, for me, Bob's exercises from his book 'Quantum Psychology' begin
to mesh' principles of Entanglement and the 'observed vs. observer'
paradox into practical exercises, to help human beings with brains
better distinguish superluminal multiversandwiches. Also, Bob writes
extensively on the Jung Pauli field in many works, fiction and
non-fiction. In the Universe next door, FW (free will) may refer to
Finnegans Wake 'existing and not-existing' while Alice and Bob from the
linked paper above, would therefore become Alice Pleasence Liddel and
Bob Anton Wilson, introducing a giant 'synchro-mesh network' from which
to hang such a 'physics based' Universal QM theory. IMHO. In this
sense, RAW's holographic universe, including the Jung Pauli Joyce Bruno
fields swings toward depicting a world, in literature, of how Universal
QM might feel like, as an observer, also see FW. RAW first introduced
me to your work, Jack, and for me: "Closed timelike curves,
superluminal signals, and "free will" in universal quantum mechanics"
Resonates with many of Bob's ideas, hence I mentioned the exercises.
Thanks a lot, that papers so fresh it burnt a hole in my screen.19
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Mike Aguzin Free will is that an arbitrariness ? Or ?19 hours ago · Like
Steven Pratt I like to view Free Will as 'Free Willy' a holographically
projected whale in the room, do we catch it, ride it, swim with it, how
to free will? pls' excuse me.19 hours ago · Like
Mollyann Wingerter Free will is arbritrary then if I understand you.
Well ethically that exonerates our culpabilities to nil which is good
in a way.11 hours ago · Like
Leonardo Varesi But Penrose-Hameroff theories are about this topic
too?6 hours ago · Like
Antoni Tertelis Due to holography we can send and recive info from/to
any place of universe, make true5 hours ago · Like
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Antoni Tertelis The interior region possesses a strong gravitational
field, and so the interior vacuum solution has Cint(ω)=-1/(ω+2). In
this case the Brans class I solution describes a wormhole spacetime
provided ω lies in the narrow interval -2-√3/3<ω<-2. The interior
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