Uncertainty principle, 5.2 | Universal wave function, 12.2 | Reductionism 5
The uncertainty principle states the limit of reductionism. Science is based on reductionism, which assumes we can investigate part of the universe. So the uncertainty principle, in effect, states the limit of science.
You need to be a meta observer to get all the information of the universe in order to see the macroscopic time symmetry. However, by definition, the universe cannot have any meta.
— Me@2013-08-17 6:52 PM
The arrow of time is due to macroscopic states, aka incomplete pieces of information about the microstates. The microscopic state information keeps losing to the environment.
— Me@2013-08-14 6:58 PM
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