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The “Noncausal Causality” of Quantum Information

EasyChair Preprint no. 5859

7 pagesDate: June 23, 2021


The paper is concentrated on the special changes of the conception of causality from quantum mechanics to quantum information meaning as a background the revolution implemented by the former to classical physics and science after Max Born’s probabilistic reinterpretation of wave function. Those changes can be enumerated so: (1) quantum information describes the general case of the relation of two wave functions, and particularly, the causal amendment of a single one; (2) it keeps the physical description to be causal by the conservation of quantum information and in accordance with Born’s interpretation; (3) it introduces inverse causality, “backwards in time”, observable “forwards in time” as the fundamentally random probability density distribution of all possible measurements of any physical quantity in quantum mechanics; (4) it involves a kind of “bidirectional causality” unifying (4.1) the classical determinism of cause and effect, (4.2) the probabilistic causality of quantum mechanics, and (4.3) the reversibility of any coherent state; (5) it identifies determinism with the function successor in Peano arithmetic, and its proper generalized causality with the information function successor in Hilbert arithmetic.

Keyphrases: Hilbert arithmetic, probabilistic interpretation of quantum mechanics, quantum information, quantum-information conservation, qubit Hilbert space, Reverse Causality

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  author = {Vasil Penchev},
  title = {The “Noncausal Causality” of Quantum Information},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 5859},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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