The fourth experiment explores the possibility of performing a delayed eraser experiment entirely in the macro realm.
Though it seems unlikely by current QM theory, there appears to be no experimental evidence that clearly eliminates this so called “Envelope Experiment” (the name derives from a thought-experiment where total uncertainty of result values is maintained by immediately securing the flash drives in sealed envelopes).
(The following experiment setup diagrams, are used only to illustrate the concepts, not to define the actual physical setup.)
- 1) Test the assumption that result screen data is calculated (the screen probability distribution is generated) according to objective conditions that exist at the time an individuated unit of consciousness (IUOC) looks at the results (i.e., receives screen data from the Virtual Reality rendering Engine (VRRE).
- 2) Macro erasure – unified physics.
- 3) Can “which way” data be subjective (derived by highly probable inductive logic)
- 1. Setup, test and use Standard Double Slit experiment: recording “which-way” information on R1 and R2, and screen data on R3
- 2. R1, R2, and R3 are removable flash drives.
- 3. Repeat this experiment 10 times (10 sub-experiments) each time using a new set of flash drives. Label all drives (R1, R2, R3)
- 4. Keep R1, R2, and R3 for each sub-experiment together, each marked with its sub-experiment number (1 to 10).
- 5. Immediately secure the flash drives after each sub-experiment. No one may look at, write, copy, or duplicate any flash drive data.
- 6. Make certain that the data handling system cannot possibly contain any minute residue of the data that is on the flash drives.
- 7. Completely physically destroy (crush and melt to 100% smoke and liquid) R1 and R2 for 5 randomly chosen sub-experiments.