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Avoid Future Disappointment – Using Quantum Physics November 24, 2006

Posted by David Bookstaber in Uncategorized.

Do you ever wonder if you made a bad choice?  Gordon Mohr, commenting at MR, suggests a clever way to live free from all regret:

Embrace the many-worlds interpretation of quantum physics. When facing a decision which has the prospect of creating future regret, choose based on the outcome of a ‘random’ quantum event. Then, if ever facing regret in the future, console yourself that an alternate-reality version of yourself has experienced the other path.

Works for me:  I’m bookmarking randomnumbers.info for all my difficult decisions going forward!


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