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Let’s dare to question quantum magic!

What a surprise from New Scientist’s editor.  Has caught on to the criticisms from a “small band of rebels” starting from Einstein, who point out quantum mechanics does not describe one of its central tenets, namely collapse of the wave … Continue reading

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Zeilinger’s anthropocentric Quantum Mechanics

Extraordinary New Scientist endorsement of anthropocentrism Regarding mankind and our activities as central to the universe (anthropocentrism) has long been regarded as anti-scientific.  Yet Anil Ananthaswamy endorses the latest utterance of Anton Zeilinger: There is no sense in assuming that what … Continue reading

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Quantum Theory as Physics’ “most successful”

Letter for publication in New Scientist – re. Editorial                                       – ‘don’t fear the f-word’,   Max Wallis, 22 January challenging a myth that Quantum Theory is “most successful” To call quantum theory our “most successful model of the … Continue reading

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