Shor's Algorithms: Mad, Bad and Dangerous (fwd)

Tim May tcmay at
Fri Aug 8 00:36:07 PDT 1997

At 7:32 PM -0700 8/7/97, Jim Choate wrote:

>The Many Worlds Hypothesis was developed by David Bohm and is an alternate
>way of looking at the Uncertaintly Principle, which gets its origin from the
>collapse of wave functions used to describe the potential states of a wave.

I would give credit to Hugh Everett, a student of John Wheeler's, for
developing this interpreation. In fact, the Many Worlds interpretation is
also called the Everett-Wheeler-Graham Interpretation. This was back in

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