Frontiers of Time: Retrocausation--Experiment and Theory: San Diego, California, 20-22 June 2006
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David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Jack Alan Reynolds
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Daniel P. Sheehan (ed.)
American Institute of Physics (2006)
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.
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