How would Newcomb’s problem look like in the physical world, taking quantum physics into account? Specifically, would Omega need to know quantum physics in order to predict my decision on “to one box or not to one box”?
Decoherence as projection discusses photon polarization as a phenomenon that can only be explained quantum mechanically even at the macroscopic level –
Recently, a friend of mine pointed out a concurrent implementation of Eratosthenes' prime sieve expressed in google’s Go programming language. I couldn’t resist trying a Haskell version of that same approach.