george murphy wrote:
> Walter Hicks wrote:
> > I've never heard a good rebuttal to Wigner's claim.
> I have a good deal of sympathy with Wigner's argument, though it
> is certainly a minority one among physicists. It should be noted,
> however, that there is nothing inherently "religious" about human
> consciousness. This doesn't mean that the idea is of no significance
> for theology, for it suggests a way in God, through the Incarnation, is
> involved in the collapse of wave packets and thus with the realization
> of one out of many quantum possibilities for the universe.
My dissertation advisor hated Wigner's proposal -- but he could not cite
any refutation of the physical logic. Do you know of any?
I still know of no good rebuttal.
> George L. Murphy
> "The Science-Theology Interface"
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