From: Damien Broderick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Aug 17 2002 - 03:45:05 MDT
At 08:09 AM 8/17/02 +0000, Mitchell wrote:
>for the perturbing black hole to be statistically relevant
>*within our single world*, there really needs to be one passing by
>every time you send a photon through the slits.
Ah yes, but then the distribution of black hole trajectories will also be
smeared across `local' histories. I don't know how to think this through,
however, since it seems to involve cascading orders of infinities or
transfinities. I suspect your comment applies even so, statistically.
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