Quantum Mechanics Anomalies – Solved!
September 5, 2010 2 Comments
Scientists are endlessly scratching their heads over the paradoxes presented by quantum mechanics – duality, entanglement, the observer effect, nonlocality, non-reality. The recent cover story in New Scientist, “Reality Gap” (or “Is quantum theory weird enough for the real world?” in the online version) observes: “Our best theory of nature has no roots in reality.”
BINGO! But then they waste this accurate insight by looking for one.
Just three days later, a new article appears: “Infinite doppelgängers may explain quantum probabilities” Browse the website or that of other popular scientific journals and you’ll find no end of esteemed physicists taking a crack at explaining the mysteries of QM. Doppelgängers now? Really? I mean no disrespect to our esteemed experts, but the answer to all of your mysteries is so simple. Take a brave step outside of your narrow field and sign up for Computer Science 101 and Information Theory 101. And then think outside the box, if even just for a few minutes.
Every anomaly is explained, thusly:
Duality and the Observer Effect: “Double Slit Anomaly is No Mystery to Doctor PR”
Entanglement: “Quantum Entanglement – Solved (with pseudocode)”
Non-Reality: “Reality Doesn’t Exist, according to the latest research”
Nonlocality: “Non-locality Explained!”
Got any more anomalies? Send them my way!