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Refutation of the Exclusivity Rule (As Extended Basis of the Born Rule and Free Will Theorem) Copyright © 2018 by Colin James III All Rights Reserved.

Authors: Colin James III

As rendered the exclusivity (E) principle is not tautologous, closer to contrariety, and strenghtenable into a contradiction. What follows is that if the exclusivity principle is refuted, then so are refuted the extended chain of subsequent assertions in the order of Born's rule and the free will thereon.

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