Sunday, November 24, 2013

The Many World Interpretation, or the Copenhagen Interpretation?

This is a raging theoretical debate that has often left the smartest minds reeling in pain from the cognitive dissonance done to the world through quantum physics. The underlying premise is actually quite simple. The many worlds interpretation is entirely based on the mathematics of Edwin Schrodinger, but with mind-bending implications. Conversely, the Copenhagen Interpretation is based on the superposition of a particle and its ability to exist in two states until "observed," which "collapses the wave function".

Let’s go into a bit more detail with each interpretation to get a better feel for what is being purported:

(P.S. Read the article before commenting on the picture)

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