Yes, that is my understanding as well. Theories of non-locality are
based on statistics, which is not always the best tool to use; quantum
theory is based on probability as well, which is why it reaches dead
ends such as the uncertainty principle.
So while there is high probability that we are located here at this
instance, it does leave room for us to exist somewhere else in some
low probability. Since that is the case, actions at a distance are
actually not occurring at a distance because we can be on pPuto as
well, and thus have a direct influence on its orbit.
You are also correct about some "verifying' experiments, but you must
be careful there because we find what we project. Mathematical theory
is a creation, and therefore it can be self-serving. It cannot create
anything that lies outside it structure. By the same token, it will
find things that its structure includes. This is just a matter of
self-reference. So do not be fooled by the claim that mathematics can
find things that exist outside of mathematic. It is one big cluster
Interdependency implies that everything is one big wave function. If
one thing changes in that equation, it changes everything. This model
does not allow for free will, which is typical of science. We are
just a bunch of billiard balls... If we introduce any kind of
uncertainty theory, we leave the door open for free will, and the
posibility that we are not one big wave equation. In fact, free will
can serve to free us from pattern dependency for all our actions.
This is why I say that free-will is another name for DQ. By itself it
is not anything at all. It only becomes something through its static
interpretations, like deciding which movie to go to, and then going.
I think you have much original thinking! If concepts in physics bring
meaning to MoQ, then I am all for them. The originality is making
that correspondence between physics and the almost unknown discipline
of MoQ. We can create new things therein since it is "terra
Thank you for allowing me to collaborate with you.