I was quite surprised at the notion – obvious in retrospect – that TIME PASSES during the quantum wave function collapse, resulting in a loss of information. I read it this morning and re-reading that again, I’m still surprised at it. OF COURSE time would pass as processes occur over TIME. Yet for some reason, I’d believed the wave function collapse had something do with the CREATION of time in a ongoing basis; but it is far more reasonable in the way you formulate it. It may contribute to a quantized, measurable time but that is distinct from / on top of underlying time dimension.

I was quite surprised at the notion – obvious in retrospect – that TIME PASSES during the quantum wave function collapse, resulting in a loss of information.
I read it this morning and re-reading that again, I’m still surprised at it. OF COURSE time would pass as processes occur over TIME.
Yet for some reason, I’d believed the wave function collapse had something do with the CREATION of time in a ongoing basis; but it is far more reasonable in the way you formulate it. It may contribute to a quantized, measurable time but that is distinct from / on top of underlying time dimension.

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