Quite interesting. Are there any other theories that posit imaginary actions? Are all imaginary actions non-local?
In the end, though, it seems the universe would rather keep particles from colliding in such a way as to produce a boson (ie, the collider keeps missing), rather than create mysterious high-level accidents.
Btw, isn’t the creation of a Higgs Boson the thing that triggered inflation and the birth of our universe? If we ever produce these things, do we run the risk of destroying the universe as it currently is? Moreover, if we posit that we experience our lives only as simulations and rememberings in some sort of post-singularity universal meta-mind, then we can argue that that mind not exist if earlier in the history of its universe, the universe was destroyed by a higgs boson. Hence, the world we live in is steered to live a history where very few higgs bosons are produced. See, with that layman’s explanation, the non-locality of the imagine components of action in trying to avoid the creation of the higgs boson makes perfect sense