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Quantum Entanglement as proof of "Programming" limitations? Options
stendec
Posted: Sunday, May 25, 2008 3:29:18 PM

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Thinking about reality as a program, perhaps the quantum aspect represents individual "addresses" in the hardware's memory, like bits on a computer's RAM.

Imagine entanglement as two adjacent memory addresses becoming confused and switching to the same state (i.e. several zeros together make a "1" turn to a zero ??)

Is entanglement proof of errors in the system, or "merely" proof that there is indeed a programmed system?
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