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 JQIS  Vol.4 No.3 , September 2014
The Principles of Causal Conspiracy
Abstract: The human mind understands logical processes and causality and formulates theories based on logical descriptions of empirical evidence. The Principles of Causal Conspiracy is based on defining information as logical charges similar to electric charges. Such information charges can be modeled in the vacuum of a quantum probability firmament as symmetry of quantum charges with a zero net charge. Observation of a state lifts one of these charges in a Möbius transformation from a multipolar field of possibilities that maximizes a local monopole field that is observable. In the first of several papers, I introduce new and profound principles, the Principles of Causal Conspiracy, to provide a consistent epistemology for quantum theory, relativity theory and all the known sciences.
Cite this paper: Anthony, M. (2014) The Principles of Causal Conspiracy. Journal of Quantum Information Science, 4, 137-172. doi: 10.4236/jqis.2014.43016.
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