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Through the years, the nature of light has been a question pondered by some of the greatest minds the world has ever known. With each passing generation of scientists, it seems that some new, seemingly impossible quality is discovered. These breakthroughs have at times come in bunches, but hundreds of years have separated new discoveries. One thing has always been kept constant however, and that is the idea that there will always be something new to learn, and some great mind to shine through the darkness to reveal another unforeseen quality of light. Continue reading

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Today We Learn About: Interpretations of Quantum Reality!

There has been a long running debate throughout the history of Quantum Physics as to what exactly is going on in the physical world on the quantum level. This debate is waged both at the scientific and philosophical levels, however there is no real way as of yet, to declare any of the theories of Quantum Reality as fact, but some theories hold more ground amongst the physics community than others. The variety and scope of these underlying realities is a testament to the complicated nature of the subject at hand. All interpretations of quantum reality deal with the very foundations of Quantum Physics, and that is locality and realism. These interpretations or theories range from the Copenhagen Interpretation, which takes a non-real and non-local stance, to the Many World’s Interpretation which states that the world is realist and non-local. The many theories and interpretations of Quantum Reality can weave a confusing web, but by taking a systematic approach to the explanation of the inner-workings of the universe, it will be seen that no matter who you are, there is an interpretation that will sit right with your interpretation of reality. Continue reading

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