Nonlocality, free will and “no many-worlds”

On the everything list there was a discussion

where there was a link to a paper

Are There Quantum Effects Coming from Outside Space-time?
Nonlocality, free will and “no many-worlds”
-Nicolas Gisin

Abstract: Observing the violation of Bell’s inequality tells us something about all
possible future theories: they must all predict nonlocal correlations. Hence Nature is
nonlocal. After an elementary introduction to nonlocality and a brief review of some
recent experiments, I argue that Nature’s nonlocality together with the existence of free
will is incompatible with the many-worlds view of quantum physics.

Then there was link to Gisin’s talk

Finally there were two links to somewhat related papers:

The Strong Free Will Theorem
John H. Conway and Simon Kochen

The General Free Will Theorem
Antoine Suarez

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