DOI: 10.14704/nq.2012.10.4.587

The Ghostly Quantum Worlds

Miroljub Dugić, Dejan Raković, Jasmina Jeknić-Dugić, Momir Arsenijević


We present the foundations of a new emerging interpretation of quantum theory bearing wide-range implications. Physical basis of the interpretation is non-questionable yet relatively new−it relies on the different structures (decompositions into parts, subsystems) of the quantum Universe. We compare the mutually irreducible structures of the Universe and recognize them as the different facets of the one and the same quantum Universe. Physical picture is interesting and non-reducible to the existing interpretations. As a particularly interesting topic in this context appears the 'free will' topic of current interest in the interpretation of quantum theory. To this end, we arrive at the following interesting observation. The freely chosen actions (e.g., quantum measurements) performed by a (conscious) agent that are still locally observable in the alternate Worlds could seem physically unexplainable ('non-physical', 'ghostly').

NeuroQuantology | December 2012 | Volume 10 | Issue 4| Page 619-628


interpretation; quantum mechanics; quantum structures; free will; Everett's parallel worlds; multiverse

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