Subject: René Thom
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 11:36:39 +0200 From: Dimi Chakalov <dchakalov@surfeu.at> To: Marek Czachor <mczachor@pg.gda.pl> CC: diraerts@vub.ac.be, lgabora@vub.ac.be, stu@biosgroup.com, stu@santafe.edu, carlip@dirac.ucdavis.edu, kiefer@thp.uni-koeln.de, David.Miller@cern.ch, editor@sheldrake.org, youssef@bu.edu, eugeniesamuel@hotmail.com Dear Professor Czachor, It is a real pleasure to read your latest article on quantum morphogenesis [Ref. 1]. I am sure René Thom would have greatly appreciated it, but he left the spacetime a few days ago. God bless him. May I try to add a few comments to your wonderful paper. Regarding Sec. IX, Morphogenesis of complementarity [Ref. 1], please recall that the feedback may come from Sheldrake's morphogenetic field [Ref. 2], which can not, even in principle, be located on the spacetime hypersurface, http://members.aon.at/chakalov/Suneeta.html http://members.aon.at/chakalov/Brun.html I also believe that non-commutative propositions can indeed be separated into independent parts without any destruction or "collapse". They might co-exist peacefully in a special propensity-state which is both 'one' and 'many' (hence a natural solution to Russell's paradox). This special propensity-state is just UNspeakable, http://members.aon.at/chakalov/Vecchi.html We can verify it with our brains, although it can not, and should not be found in the Hilbert space due to the linearity of standard QM. I believe its mathematical description is utterly needed for a complete theory of quantum gravity, but that's a bit different thread, http://members.aon.at/chakalov/Professor_X.html Wishing you and your colleagues all the best,
Dimi Chakalov
References [Ref. 1] Marek Czachor [Ref. 2] R. Sheldrake (1989). |