Time in physics, 2
3. The future doesn’t exist at the present regardless of any definitions:
… as long as we admit that the experimeters have a free will, all other quantum objects have to have a free will as well so their outcomes can’t be functions of the data (hypothetical “hidden variables”) that exist in the past light cone.
— Ten new things modern physics has learned about time
— Lubos Motl
2011.09.09 Friday ACHK