10-02-2011 01:21 PM
Assuming a n-state reality field, can we posit that in the absence of a fixed-point reality (say, set prior to 1930) that the watched cannot watch the watcher?
For example, it's unlikely that Don Draper has ever seen an episode of Mad Men, but it's possible that Walter White has seen Breaking Bad. This means that the higher-order quantum disentangling paradox can be resolved by the observation of mutually exclusive Mutual of Omaha agents. You just need one Marlin Perkins on one side of the set and another on the other. There's no reason the dilemma can't be resolved using a circular rather than linear model.
10-05-2011 07:15 PM
So like Adam West watchin a new batman movie
while christian bale watches mad max
&tina turner's watchin ol reruns of fam guy w/master blaster
sure I don't see why that wouldn't define a n-state set of
entangled worlds along a compact &quasi-convex frontier
11-06-2011 06:25 PM
Tangela can entangle the entangler!.....with bind...at level 25.
03-07-2012 11:14 PM
Jerry Springer, that's who.
03-24-2012 04:51 PM
WHAT THE FUK ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?!?
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