Monthly Archives: February 2012

Quantum Disentanglement – Part 2

Physics and Metaphysics. Daniel J. Castellano opens his paper Ontological Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, this way: “Quantum mechanics, to put it gently, is not the most philosophically lucid theory in physics.” As we pointed out in Part 1 of this … Continue reading

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Quantum Disentanglement – Part 1

When we come down from our speculations about what’s happening “out there” in the far reaches of the universe, we find ourselves not thinking about what we think we know, here in the zone of middle dimensions, but about what … Continue reading

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Being and Nothingness–an introduction

The progression of modern physics over the last century has been, at the same time, astonishing, revolutionary, and dismaying. The surge it was given by Einstein, then Bohr, Schrodinger and Heisenberg, and a cast of others, brought forth a whole … Continue reading

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