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Sorry, but it does not explain what Russell Targ was talking about at the AAAS Retrocausality Meeting at USD, e.g. was it Pat Price or Ingo Swann precognizing the bad burn of the Chinese nuclear test days before it happened? Of course, maybe CIA special ops was able to sabotage the test? ;-) Even that could not account for what happened however according to Russell's account.

Signal nonlocality is much stronger than what is contemplated below. Of course it violates quantum theory.

On Dec 21, 2011, at 8:36 PM, nick herbert wrote:

Fallacy is inferring past behavior
from present results. Present results
are consistent with many past behaviors
including superpositions.


On 12/21/2011 6:28 PM, nick herbert wrote:
A Very Common Fallacy in Quantum Mechanics:
Superposition, Delayed Choice, Quantum Erasers,
Retrocausality, and All That

http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/1112.4522


Superb paper by David Ellerman