On Thu, 2 Aug 2007, Stanley Klein wrote: > Hi Henry, > Do you know what 't Hooft is up to in the following article? > Why is it that different from > Bohm's deterministic theory [Book Review]
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This "axiom" must be used with great care. It is well-known that the formalism of Relativistic Quantum Field Theory (RQFT) is 'Relativistic" in the sense that it allows no "signal" to be transmitted faster than the speed of light. So RQFT does conform to "The FIN Axiom" if by "effectively transmitted" one is referring to the transmission of a "signal". Here a "signal" means a controllable dependence of a faraway observable upon a sender's choices (of how he will act); a dependence that affects the faraway situation in a way that would allow the sender to convey information available to him, the sender, to a faraway observer
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