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An excellent explanation of quantum decoherence, and how it might lead to many worlds

Matt O’Dowd is a first class science communicator.¬† In this latest video, he does an excellent job explaining decoherence, and why the MWI (many worlds interpretation) ends up being so tempting when you see it through. Of course, this doesn’t … Continue reading

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Is reality an illusion? If so, does it matter?

Donald D. Hoffman, a psychologist at the University of California, Irving, has been getting a lot of attention recently for his views, that evolutionary evidence indicates that reality is an illusion, that the only thing that exists are conscious minds. … Continue reading

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New interpretation of quantum physics: Many Interacting Worlds

There’s a new interpretation of quantum mechanics:¬†Scientists propose existence and interaction of parallel worlds: Many Interacting Worlds theory challenges foundations of quantum science — ScienceDaily. This new interpretation appears to be similar to the MWI (Many Worlds Interpretation) where quantum … Continue reading

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