Nonlocality as Evidence for a Multiverse Cosmology

by Max Andrews

The following is an abstract from a paper written by Frank Tipler–a major proponent in the fine-tuning/intelligent design dialogues. I believe this is one of Tipler’s papers that he has been trying to get published for a while but has been unable to because it challenges the status quo concerning the issue of nonlocality in quantum mechanics.  I found the paper very interesting and it’s a very short and easy read.

I show that observations of quantum nonlocaltiy can be interpreted as purely local phenomena, provided one assumes that the cosmos is a multiverse. Conversely, the observation of quantum nonlocality can be interpreted as observation evidence for a multiverse cosmology, just as observation of the setting of the Sun can be interpreted as evidence for the Earth’s rotation.

4 Responses to “Nonlocality as Evidence for a Multiverse Cosmology”

  1. Hi, Mr. Andrews. That paper has recently been published as the following:

    Frank J. Tipler, “Nonlocality as Evidence for a Multiverse Cosmology”, Modern Physics Letters A, Vol. 27, No. 4 (Feb. 10, 2012), id. 1250019-1-1250019-6 (6 pp.), doi:10.1142/S0217732312500198, bibcode: 2012MPLA…2750019T.

    Regarding Prof. Tipler’s physics work relating to theology, you may be interested in my following article, which concerns Tipler’s Omega Point cosmology and the Feynman-DeWitt-Weinberg quantum gravity/Standard Model Theory of Everything (TOE):

    James Redford, “The Physics of God and the Quantum Gravity Theory of Everything”, Social Science Research Network (SSRN), Apr. 9, 2012 (orig. pub. Dec. 19, 2011), doi:10.2139/ssrn.1974708, .

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