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Since no one objected to my offer, I started a stub for the Kochen-Specker theorem and will continue working on it a bit later.
OK, I’ve got a more detailed entry up that includes the basic Kochen-Specker theorem. I have not added Isham’s sheaf-theoretic interpretation yet but any comments or corrections on the understandability/correctness/etc. of the standard version I put up would be much appreciated.
Okay, I went through and edited the entry a bit.
Maybe if you have time you could add the missing links to the main actors here, Kochen, Specker, isham, Butterfield, etc. See how we usually do entries on people. Take, say the page Dan Dugger as a template.
Sure, whatever link looks useful. If they have a Wikipedia page, also link that.
All right, thanks. What about Isham and Butterfield, though? :-)
OK, fixed. Added Butterfield and Isham.
Thanks.
I did fix a typo in which you spelled it “Butterfly.” :-)
Oh man, did I? That happens when I start editing an article on Kochen Specker in a haste while my brain is really doing something else, I suppose.
Oh man, did I?
The end of the Idea paragraph is not rendering correctly for me: lots of linked pages that I see in edit mode are not there in read/show mode. Anybody else see this as well?
added pointer to today’s
Simon Kochen, On the Free Will Theorem [arXiv:2207.06295]
The new theorem […] does require any use of free will on the experimenter’s part. The theorem also strengthens the Kochen-Specker Theorem
added pointer to today’s replacement:
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