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# Quantum Mechanics and Experience

The more science tells us about the world, the stranger it looks. Ever since physics first penetrated the atom, early in this century, what it found there has stood as a radical and unanswered challenge to many of our most cherished conceptions of nature. It has literally been called into question since then whether or not there are always objective matters of fact about t
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Paperback, 222 pages

Published
March 15th 1994
by Harvard University Press
(first published 1992)

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The idea of collapse is that QM predicts that some particles can be in a superposition of states right up until you measure them, and once you measure them they're in only one state. They collapse from superposition to singlepo ...more

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Superb. The second chapter on the mathematical formalism is a bit heavy going at times, but it's quite enlightening how having that foundation established makes the quantum theory and philosophy in the chapters that follow that much more lucid and compelling. I wouldn't recommend it as an introduction to Quantum Mechanics, but it's quite excellent for those with a basic understanding of the (meta)physical theories behind this conundrum's conundrum.

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