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If A Tree Falls In A Forest And No One Is There To Observe It, Maybe There's No Forest At All
"This is the central question in quantum mechanics, and has spawned a plethora of proposals, or interpretations. The most popular is the Copenhagen interpretation, which says nothing is real until it is observed, or measured." New Scientist 10/03/12
Posted October 5, 2012 12:41 AM




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