Frontiers of Time: Retrocausation--Experiment and Theory: San Diego, California, 20-22 June 2006
Graduate studies at Western
Daniel P. Sheehan (ed.)
American Institute of Physics (2006)
|Abstract||Traditional causation posits that the past alone influences the present. In principle, however, the basic laws of physics permit the future an equal measure of influence: retrocausation. This symposium explores theoretical developments and experimental evidence for retrocausation. It is unique in stressing recent experiments in this exciting and potentially important new field.|
|Keywords||Quantum theory Causation Causality (Physics|
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