‘Many Interacting Worlds’ theory suggests parallel universes

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  1. sedumjoy says:

    Too bad here isn’t a shred of evidence. And in fact there is more evidence to support other interpretations of quantum mechanics. The examples used in the article are ludicrous. They are illustrating macro events that could be taking different paths when the wave functions of quantum mechanics refer to the micro scale. When you reach the macro scale there is no mystery because the environment is constantly taking measurements of the quantum effects and the wave function takes a definite path. An easy sanity check would be to ask yourself what is it that would decide what to make a event at a macro scale decide it can take alternate paths at any specific macro point? Good videos on this on comments by Murray Gell-Mann on you tube. Check it out. Gell-Mann won the Nobel Prize for the quark model of the atom.

  2. Bob says:

    Original article from over two years ago:
    Quantum Phenomena Modeled by Interactions between Many Classical Worlds
    Michael J. W. Hall, Dirk-André Deckert, and Howard M. Wiseman
    Phys. Rev. X 4, 041013 (2014) – Published 23 October 2014

    Did the author of this article just read this, or is it just clickbait?

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