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Topic: Can an indetectable thing physically exist? (in principle)
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UpChunky

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Re: Can an indetectable thing physically exist? (in principle)
Posted: May 24, 2013 3:29 PM
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"David Bernier" <david250@videotron.ca> wrote in message
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> Suppose (for example) that wave function
> collapse in the "standard"/standard interpretation
> of Quantum Mechanics was governed by absolutely
> indetectable things.
>
> An indetectable thing is one that's even more discreet
> than neutrinos: it doesn't interact at all with the world.
>
> Does it make sense to postulate (as a thought experiment),
> the physical existence of indetectable things?
>
> David Bernier
>
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> 99997066781489109195113098994290469881614963208468



you question is about the meaning of words.



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