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Totally WRONG. Electrons have no "inner life".
Wed Mar 8, 2017 7:30am

All electrons are absolutely identical. If one electron had an "inner life", so would all the rest. Same is true of all other particles. In order for an electron to have "inner life" it must possess internal properties, hence possible internal states. An electron has no internal states. The proof is simple: If electrons had internal states, then they could not obey Fermi-Dirac Statistics; but they DO obey Fermi-Dirac statistics.

An object is defined solely by its measurable properties. Immanuel Kant attempted to distinguish between an object and its properties by invoking the "thing in itself", the object that has the given properties. Quantum Mechanics states unambiguously that the "thing in itself" does not exist and cannot exist. An object IS the coincidence of its properties and nothing more.

If you don't like it, too bad. Philip Goff is totally mistaken.


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