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In Time For Revenge (A Standalone Sci-Fi Murder Mystery) by Jasper T. Scott
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Something Deeply Hidden by Sean Carroll
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I eagerly waited for this book for a year. Having read Deutsch, Albert, Aaronson, Becker, I had very high expectations about the insights Carroll would add.

The book fell short on introducing and justifying quantum concepts. Entangled pairs are
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“Suppose you have a group of fifty experimental subjects, who you hypothesize (H) are human beings. You observe (O) that one of them is an albino. Now, albinism is extremely rare, affecting no more than one in twenty thousand people. So given that H is correct, the chance you’d find an albino among your fifty subjects is quite small, less than 1 in 400,* or 0.0025. So the p-value, the probability of observing O given H, is much lower than .05. We are inexorably led to conclude, with a high degree of statistical confidence, that H is incorrect: the subjects in the sample are not human beings.”
Jordan Ellenberg, How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking

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