Where the brain hides in physics

作者： | GrahamAndrews |

刊名： | Physics Essays, 2017, Vol.30 (2), pp.168-176 |

来源数据库： | Physics Essays |

DOI： | 10.4006/0836-1398-30.2.168 |

原始语种摘要： | It is well known that by employing the universal constants as conversion factors it is possible to express the other so-called “fundamental” dimensions, mass, and length, in time units. The General Conference on Weights and Measures has endorsed this approach, working toward a scheme in which time will be the only such operationally defined concept in the foundations of physics. Taking this time-only version seriously as the proper formulation of the subject immediately reveals a quantitative (at least in an order of magnitude sense) candidate for the connection between quantum reality and the “consciousness” of the observer required by the Copenhagen interpretation. It is the time constant of their brain, τ, the average time it takes to process one bit of information. This is the... |

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