On 4 Mar 2006 16:18:11 -0800, "Jeff Root" <[email protected]> wrote:
>In different posts, Henri Wilson wrote:
>> ...you need to learn that the universe functioned
>> perfectly well long before observers evolved.
>> My point George is that measurements by those observers
>> are not fundamental to the operation of the universe.
>I'm curious about this, Henry. You keep repeating this,
>even though nobody has ever once suggested, in this thread
>or anywhere else that I know of, that observers are needed
>for the universe to function. Certainly, George has never
>made an assertion like that. Why do you keep correcting
>something he never said?
George is obsessed with 'measured values'
Measurement is a human invention. The universe functioned quite well without
> -- Jeff, in Minneapolis