Dear Walter, My article ``Whiteheadian Process and Quantum Theory of Mind'' was the first `Target Article' on the e Forum
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|Abstract||There is already in quantum theory the huge *fact* of the apparent nonlocal (faster than light) connections: if one rejects the many worlds notion that all things happen [and I believe that that idea must be rejected for technical reasons --but that is a whole long argument itself] then there is an absolute need for some sort of FTL transfer of information. There simply must be a strong interconnectedness of the universe: FTL influence is unavoidable in quantum theory, if many worlds is rejected|
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