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Quantum Cooperation

One of the biggest challenges faced by quantum physicists today is understanding how a distribution of possibilities leads to a definite measureable result. This situation is called the “collapse of the wavepacket,” or the measurement problem. How does the indeterminacy … Continue reading

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Harmony collapses the wave function

One of the biggest mysteries in physics is how the probability distributions in a quantum process collapse into a single outcome of measurement. How does one formal outcome emerge from all the possibilities? And what happens to all those other … Continue reading

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Love and the quantum measurement problem

In my upcoming book Proving God I touch on the topic of a most perplexing problem facing physicists concerning how quantum indeterminacy (potentialities) take on irreversible measurable results. In other words, what is the mechanism whereby a quantum wave function, … Continue reading

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