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Many-Minds Relativity by Claes Johnson

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Many-Minds Relativity
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Number of pages: 219

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The book offers an alternative to Einstein's special theory of relativity, with the main purpose of developing a form of relativity, which (in contrast to Einstein's relativity) can be combined with quantum mechanics and thus can open to a unified field theory. We refer to the alternative as many-minds relativity, requiring different observers to agree on different information to different precision, asking for high precision only on essential information.

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