tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4683221972328566068.post597591365657628405..comments2011-06-29T01:53:30.223-04:00Comments on the Prodigal PhD: Time from CausalityKeith McGreggorhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01128689513186181185noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4683221972328566068.post-11933235282872743532010-03-15T01:34:34.197-04:002010-03-15T01:34:34.197-04:00An interesting way to look at it.
Seems NotA proj...An interesting way to look at it.<br /><br />Seems NotA projected onto NotB should be computable based upon infinite measurements and computations, but at what cost?<br /><br />Assumptions reduce the computational burden, but then we have "localized" the algorithm, right?<br /><br />Paul, don't emitted photons "tick away" time according to their energy (by Planck's constant)? It's not so far-fetched to consider computing each elementary transaction underlying a macroscopic observation.Ryanhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09135292738150601940noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4683221972328566068.post-50561282270859441912008-06-02T20:47:00.000-04:002008-06-02T20:47:00.000-04:00I'll preface this comment by pointing out that I k...I'll preface this comment by pointing out that I know exactly nothing about what I am talking about here.<BR/><BR/>Is it possible that there is some sort of reverse Newtonian fallacy going on here? Just because time acts in odd ways on an atomic scale does not mean that that time need be so odd on a macro scale. Things happen, then other things happen and so on. Don't get all philosophical on us just because of how photons behave. :-)Paulnoreply@blogger.com