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July 9, 2015 at 12:56 am #2544
Thanks, Nathan… But I wonder what sort of “fine tuning” high-energy physicists are trying to justify using symmetries. Not this same “no-signalling” issue, I assume? Or is it essentially the same: are they worried about how to maintain the perfect commutation of spacelike-separated operators, and that’s what you’re talking about here?
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