Reply To: The Locality of the Modified Quantum Mechanics

Miroljub Dugic

Dear Robert [if i may?]

following “In particular, Equality means that from the point of view of fundamental quantum mechanics there is no reason to prefer one consistent family to another, there is no law of nature that singles out ‘the right family‘.”–from your Am. J. Phys. 79 (2011) 954. arXiv:1007.4281–i have the following question:

If Equality allows for arbitrary tensor-product-structure (TPS) to be chosen, whether consistency of histories for one TPS may be in some conflict with the consistency for another TPS of the total (closed) system? If so, which TPS should be chosen?

Best regards,


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