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Test of Effect from Future in Large Hadron Collider

We have previously proposed the idea of performing a card-drawing experiment
of which the outcome potentially decides whether the Large Hadron
Collider (LHC) should be closed or not. The purpose is to test theoretical
models such as our own model that have an action with an imaginary part
that has a similar form to the real part. The imaginary part affects the initial
conditions not only in the past but even from the future.


While we find that there is a lot of structure from the

past that exists today in its present state – at the level of pure physics – simple

structures existing in the future, so to speak, do not appear to prearrange the past

so that they are [6–12]. If there really were such prearrangements organizing simple

things to exist in the future we could say that it would be a model for an initial state

with a built-in arrangement for the future, which is what our model is. However,

models or theories for the initial state such as Hartle and Hawking’s no-boundary

model [13] are not normally of this type, but rather lead to a simple starting state

corresponding to the fact that we normally do not see things being arranged for the

future in the fundamental laws and thus find no backward causation [6]. However,

we sometimes see that this type of prearrangement occurs, but we manage to explain

it away. For example, we may see lot of people gathering for a concert. At first it

appears that we have a simple structure in the future, namely, many people sitting

in a specific place, such as the concert hall, causing a prearrangement in the past.

Normally we do not accept the phenomenon of people gathering for a concert

as an effect of some mysterious fundamental physical law seeking to collect the

people at the concert hall, and thus arranging the motion of these people shortly

before the concert to be directed towards the hall. In our previous model [1–5, 7],

which even we do not claim to be relevant to the concert hall example, such an

explanation based on a fundamental physics model could have sounded plausible.

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