Sunday, March 26, 2006

Stumbled upon...

And passed on because of this beautiful quotation alone.

The challenge here as elsewhere is to learn to think in ways that do not lead to meaningless questions.

Allow me to introduce you to Ulrich Mohrhoff. And observe that being fluent in both German and a Sanskrit - derived language probably helps a lot with that.
My website thisQuantumWorld.com has undergone a major overhaul.

Go to THE RULES and proceed to a discussion of two key experiments and their ontological implications (SCATTERING,TWO SLITS).

Or click on STABILITY and learn why the mathematical formalism of the fundamental theoretical framework of physics is a tool for assigning probabilities to measurement outcomes.

Find a SPACE for the quantum world.

Click on FORM to learn about the shapes of things.

Discover the TOP-DOWN structure of the quantum world.

Inform yourself about the measurement CONTROVERSY.

Know the meaning of objective PROBABILITY.

Recognize the PSEUDOPROBLEMS that make it so hard to beat sense into quantum mechanics.

Or be perplexed by BELL's theorem.

And come back soon for more...


2 comments:

antimatters said...

"...observe that being fluent in both German and a Sanskrit - derived language probably helps a lot with that."
Is the German showing so badly?

Bob King said...

No, not at all. Just deduction.

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