> time T will Have a different probability

> at T', think of radioactive decay,

> which is contextuality.

>

> The goal of MWI, which is similar

> with Bohm's QM formalism, is that

> QM is unitary "all the way down,"

> including during measurements. This more

> generally also means decoherence of

> the density matrix. Observers and apparatus

> are ultimately quantum mechanical, but we

> have still this "gap" in our descriptions.

> This is particularly if we are to follow

> Bohr's dictum that experimental outcomes

> must be classical.

>

> LC

One way to hold with this Bohr dictum

and also earnestly face, I guess it is

the paradox or conflict arising with

the Kochen-Specker theorem, as you write

above, Lawrence, of, among other

requirements, needing or expecting

an odd nine whereas the standard or

accepted mathematical formulation

only provides an even eight, is

summarized below.

Hopefully, readers can pardon my

non-standard notation which

I will claim here today are

largely required by both

constraints.

1. The solution, let's say, begins with

eight unit vectors pointing outward

from a center point to the vertices

of a cube.

2. The next step is to sequentially,

perhaps imaginatively,

one-half rotate, oscillate or

re-orient each of the eight

unit vectors, end-for-end, so as

to form the nine, let's call them,

'states', of this eight-unit-vector

cube.