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    Now i run through this... err field... as a hobbyist. I do my best not to mince words... but i'm no expert (neither science nor mincing)

    Like many, i came across the double slit experiment and dove into the thoughts and research revolving around the findings...

    Copenhagen interpretation is fantastic... but... I've come to believe it falls apart... And i wish i had the math to back up my opinions... alas, best i can do is keep going.

    So far, the many worlds interpretation doesn't seem to fall appart in the same manor.... but the ramifications of the MWI... if it is how things are... its insane... i think i can say this...



    A false memory, while the memory remains within the realm of having been possible.... is indistinguishable from parallel universe traversing... at least in terms of perception in ideal circumstance...

    Maybe simpler put... if your memory doesn't match your reality. one of two things is different from what it should be. Either your memory or the reality..... now of course incorrect memories are likely a thing... not saying it accounts for all... but what if it accounted for some.. however small... even the self is likely to assume it is the self remembering wrong, when faced with hard evidence.

    I could go on... just food for thought.
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    Posted on 01:47:27 - 08/06/20 (1 year ago)
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    Posted on 02:39:15 - 08/06/20 (1 year ago)
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    If I'm understanding what is a bit-of-a-vague OP, I believe that Realist is debating the relative merits of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics vs. the Many Worlds interpretation.
    You can find a readable summation here.
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    Posted on 10:57:01 - 08/06/20 (1 year ago)
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    I may be vague, But that shits not nearly as bad as some of my other stuff >_< 

    And yeah... i was a Copenhagenist... recently converted... Now i am a supporter of many worlds interpretation..

    Not saying there may not be a third option... but these are the two bigger ones... Its theory on how reality functions as defined by repeatable experimentation and 'provable' results. Well, interpretations of those results in attempts to 'define' more properties of reality.

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    Posted on 10:21:17 - 09/06/20 (1 year ago)
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    Much of the debate around these interpretations will not become clearer nor make much practical sense until you work through a problem of quantum mechanics that reveals its mathematical structure to you. 

    I recommend the two level problem, which describes the simplest possible quantum system regardless of what interpretation is used for its states:
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two-state_quantum_system

    Anything beyond this framework in quantum mechanics has this system underlying it.
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    The way i understand it. The crux of the different theories is well highlighted by variations of Schroedingers cat... at least CI and MWI...  i think...

    In CI the outcome is the singular universe from the multiple potential outcomes of the superstate. It continues on, with the other possible outcomes having 'just been a number in a previous state of the singular thing'

    In MWI, Both outcomes occur equally, yet 'independently' (both or all, depending on complexity of system being looked at).... It seems to suggest that the observer itself is also invariably within the system, and so is also 'split' leaving perception with a distinct singular outcome.... Then you can get into looking at whether these different 'worlds' can interact even after decoherence (i think is the right term).. or sustain coherence with differences... I saw a cool experiment.. couldn't find it again.. they claimed to have run a double slit variant and have two different observers see two different outcomes. not sure... looked well, will try again sometime.

    Maybe hushed because it was proof of MWI too soon? i'm not loopy... just a possibility... others obviously exist.

    Anyways... Yeah... i don't do math.. i hate that i don't, but i have managed to achieve enough to keep myself happy without.

    My 'science' falls apart because i have to rely on the math of others. And arbitrarily picking and choosing is not scientific... But i'm open to all plausible concepts. Which brings me onto this...


    Copenhagen interpretation.... Bells theorem.... I kept attacking from so many angles... kept asking anyone and everyone with relevant knowledge about how the issues are 'resolved'....

    It can't be done... It removes too much... imo... it is not proof of anything weirder than an incorrect theory >_<

    MWI was my second choice.. and i have not put nearly enough time to any of it... but so far, it seems to easily skirt around the issues... I would not be at all surprised if we get experimental evidence for it soon.....

    As for the bell test experiments... some shady stuff, Found a wealth of theory on why there are issues with most of them. Again.. i have to stop at the specifics of the math... too deep for me..
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    Posted on 01:13:16 - 10/06/20 (1 year ago)
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    The double slit experiment you are thinking of is likely the Afshar experiment: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afshar_experiment

    This experiment received a lot of traction in the popular press but was not well received in the scientific community.

    I'm not sure that it matters very much which interpretation of quantum mechanics is correct in an absolute sense. In practice you pick the interpretation that is best suited to the problem at hand, and very frequently there isn't a need to explicitly invoke an interpretation to get meaningful and consistent results.

    Whether this counts as QM being "resolved" is open to debate of course, but it generally has very little bearing on how physics is practiced. The finer points of interpretation certainly did not hold back building extensions to QM such as quantum field theory, which combines QM with relativity. It went on to become one of the most successful achievements of modern science. There are even trickier anomalies hidden in QFT which might be of interest to you.
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    Posted on 17:17:47 - 10/06/20 (1 year ago)
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    The name doesn't ring a bell and 2004 seems too long ago. but i can't say either way. will look into it properly soon. Tbh, having a little bit of a break... i'll spend a while dabbling with little snippets and then dive in again another time... being arrogant enough to turn away from the CI... it was mentally tasking. I think i have commitment issues.

    Yeah, i think we'll know when we have 'the math' .... but damn some of these descriptions highlight some awesome shit >_<

    I'm in no rush... but a bunch of stuff in Michio Kakus arena has caught my attention. Always loved the guy, never been more convinced the crazy bastard is close to the mark.

    Also eagerly awaiting info on the antarctic ice reflected particles :)
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    Now i run through this... err field... as a hobbyist. I do my best not to mince words... but i'm no expert (neither science nor mincing)

    Like many, i came across the double slit experiment and dove into the thoughts and research revolving around the findings...

    Copenhagen interpretation is fantastic... but... I've come to believe it falls apart... And i wish i had the math to back up my opinions... alas, best i can do is keep going.

    So far, the many worlds interpretation doesn't seem to fall appart in the same manor.... but the ramifications of the MWI... if it is how things are... its insane... i think i can say this...



    A false memory, while the memory remains within the realm of having been possible.... is indistinguishable from parallel universe traversing... at least in terms of perception in ideal circumstance...

    Maybe simpler put... if your memory doesn't match your reality. one of two things is different from what it should be. Either your memory or the reality..... now of course incorrect memories are likely a thing... not saying it accounts for all... but what if it accounted for some.. however small... even the self is likely to assume it is the self remembering wrong, when faced with hard evidence.

    I could go on... just food for thought.
    Prove the double slit experiment ever happened, and/or has ever been recreated. Then let's talk. 

    I'm not talking about interference patterns with fringes and waves, I'm talking about an observed photon swapping back and forth between acting like a particle and a wave.

    Also, I'm not talking about a diagram or a simulation of what happened.

    Let's first start from a real base-line, lest we be dealing with a "false memory."

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    Now i run through this... err field... as a hobbyist. I do my best not to mince words... but i'm no expert (neither science nor mincing)

    Like many, i came across the double slit experiment and dove into the thoughts and research revolving around the findings...

    Copenhagen interpretation is fantastic... but... I've come to believe it falls apart... And i wish i had the math to back up my opinions... alas, best i can do is keep going.

    So far, the many worlds interpretation doesn't seem to fall appart in the same manor.... but the ramifications of the MWI... if it is how things are... its insane... i think i can say this...



    A false memory, while the memory remains within the realm of having been possible.... is indistinguishable from parallel universe traversing... at least in terms of perception in ideal circumstance...

    Maybe simpler put... if your memory doesn't match your reality. one of two things is different from what it should be. Either your memory or the reality..... now of course incorrect memories are likely a thing... not saying it accounts for all... but what if it accounted for some.. however small... even the self is likely to assume it is the self remembering wrong, when faced with hard evidence.

    I could go on... just food for thought.

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    Prove the double slit experiment ever happened, and/or has ever been recreated. Then let's talk.

    I'm not talking about interference patterns with fringes and waves, I'm talking about an observed photon swapping back and forth between acting like a particle and a wave.

    Also, I'm not talking about a diagram or a simulation of what happened.

    Let's first start from a real base-line, lest we be dealing with a "false memory."
    Lol.  

    Our entire quantum computer realm works on this principle.

    IBM, google, windows, Amazon, intel, and several others have working quantum computers.

    So...everytime those things turn on, a"double slit experiment" is happening.
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    Posted on 02:43:00 - 23/07/20 (1 year ago)
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    Now i run through this... err field... as a hobbyist. I do my best not to mince words... but i'm no expert (neither science nor mincing)

    Like many, i came across the double slit experiment and dove into the thoughts and research revolving around the findings...

    Copenhagen interpretation is fantastic... but... I've come to believe it falls apart... And i wish i had the math to back up my opinions... alas, best i can do is keep going.

    So far, the many worlds interpretation doesn't seem to fall appart in the same manor.... but the ramifications of the MWI... if it is how things are... its insane... i think i can say this...



    A false memory, while the memory remains within the realm of having been possible.... is indistinguishable from parallel universe traversing... at least in terms of perception in ideal circumstance...

    Maybe simpler put... if your memory doesn't match your reality. one of two things is different from what it should be. Either your memory or the reality..... now of course incorrect memories are likely a thing... not saying it accounts for all... but what if it accounted for some.. however small... even the self is likely to assume it is the self remembering wrong, when faced with hard evidence.

    I could go on... just food for thought.

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    Prove the double slit experiment ever happened, and/or has ever been recreated. Then let's talk.

    I'm not talking about interference patterns with fringes and waves, I'm talking about an observed photon swapping back and forth between acting like a particle and a wave.

    Also, I'm not talking about a diagram or a simulation of what happened.

    Let's first start from a real base-line, lest we be dealing with a "false memory."

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    Lol.

    Our entire quantum computer realm works on this principle.

    IBM, google, windows, Amazon, intel, and several others have working quantum computers.

    So...everytime those things turn on, a"double slit experiment" is happening.
    Edit: I reread the OP and see that I am going off on a tangent. So I will include below what I originally wrote, but I include it (rather than completely edit my post out) as a request for more information so that I may study more myself.

    I realize I am likely wrong, and would like to see some sources so that I can better educate myself. But the best I can find is quantum computing works on the principle that the double slit experiment proved. But when I try to find an actual double slit experiment I am met with:

    A. Someone using computer modeling to show me how they used an photon/electron gun in the original experiment.

    B. Someone showing me wave fringes with a laser and then explaining that if they were to put a detector on it, it would behave differently.

    What I want to see is an actual example of placing a detector on the double-slit experiment and proof that it changes from behaving like a wave to behaving like a particle.

    That quantum computers behave in a way that supports that it was done is great. I still want to see a recreation of the original experiment. Not just something that is very similar.
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    Posted on 10:41:57 - 23/07/20 (1 year ago)
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    Now i run through this... err field... as a hobbyist. I do my best not to mince words... but i'm no expert (neither science nor mincing)

    Like many, i came across the double slit experiment and dove into the thoughts and research revolving around the findings...

    Copenhagen interpretation is fantastic... but... I've come to believe it falls apart... And i wish i had the math to back up my opinions... alas, best i can do is keep going.

    So far, the many worlds interpretation doesn't seem to fall appart in the same manor.... but the ramifications of the MWI... if it is how things are... its insane... i think i can say this...



    A false memory, while the memory remains within the realm of having been possible.... is indistinguishable from parallel universe traversing... at least in terms of perception in ideal circumstance...

    Maybe simpler put... if your memory doesn't match your reality. one of two things is different from what it should be. Either your memory or the reality..... now of course incorrect memories are likely a thing... not saying it accounts for all... but what if it accounted for some.. however small... even the self is likely to assume it is the self remembering wrong, when faced with hard evidence.

    I could go on... just food for thought.

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    Prove the double slit experiment ever happened, and/or has ever been recreated. Then let's talk.

    I'm not talking about interference patterns with fringes and waves, I'm talking about an observed photon swapping back and forth between acting like a particle and a wave.

    Also, I'm not talking about a diagram or a simulation of what happened.

    Let's first start from a real base-line, lest we be dealing with a "false memory."

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    Lol.

    Our entire quantum computer realm works on this principle.

    IBM, google, windows, Amazon, intel, and several others have working quantum computers.

    So...everytime those things turn on, a"double slit experiment" is happening.

    Cr_pt_c [2506872]

    Edit: I reread the OP and see that I am going off on a tangent. So I will include below what I originally wrote, but I include it (rather than completely edit my post out) as a request for more information so that I may study more myself.

    I realize I am likely wrong, and would like to see some sources so that I can better educate myself. But the best I can find is quantum computing works on the principle that the double slit experiment proved. But when I try to find an actual double slit experiment I am met with:

    A. Someone using computer modeling to show me how they used an photon/electron gun in the original experiment.

    B. Someone showing me wave fringes with a laser and then explaining that if they were to put a detector on it, it would behave differently.

    What I want to see is an actual example of placing a detector on the double-slit experiment and proof that it changes from behaving like a wave to behaving like a particle.

    That quantum computers behave in a way that supports that it was done is great. I still want to see a recreation of the original experiment. Not just something that is very similar.
    Due to cgi, videos are as good a proof as computer simulations and written word evaluated by peers (peer reviewed stuff)

    Ergo..... the ONLY way to get your 'proof' in an absolute sense..... Is to understand all that happens in the experiment, then run it yourself. Anything besides comprehension and actual observation is secondary, could be fake.

    You either have to trust the established systems or do it yourself :)

    There are quantum effects that are easily dooable though. Get 3 polarisation filters :)

    Video
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    Now i run through this... err field... as a hobbyist. I do my best not to mince words... but i'm no expert (neither science nor mincing)

    Like many, i came across the double slit experiment and dove into the thoughts and research revolving around the findings...

    Copenhagen interpretation is fantastic... but... I've come to believe it falls apart... And i wish i had the math to back up my opinions... alas, best i can do is keep going.

    So far, the many worlds interpretation doesn't seem to fall appart in the same manor.... but the ramifications of the MWI... if it is how things are... its insane... i think i can say this...



    A false memory, while the memory remains within the realm of having been possible.... is indistinguishable from parallel universe traversing... at least in terms of perception in ideal circumstance...

    Maybe simpler put... if your memory doesn't match your reality. one of two things is different from what it should be. Either your memory or the reality..... now of course incorrect memories are likely a thing... not saying it accounts for all... but what if it accounted for some.. however small... even the self is likely to assume it is the self remembering wrong, when faced with hard evidence.

    I could go on... just food for thought.

    Cr_pt_c [2506872]

    Prove the double slit experiment ever happened, and/or has ever been recreated. Then let's talk.

    I'm not talking about interference patterns with fringes and waves, I'm talking about an observed photon swapping back and forth between acting like a particle and a wave.

    Also, I'm not talking about a diagram or a simulation of what happened.

    Let's first start from a real base-line, lest we be dealing with a "false memory."

    Bhappychap [2270497]

    Lol.

    Our entire quantum computer realm works on this principle.

    IBM, google, windows, Amazon, intel, and several others have working quantum computers.

    So...everytime those things turn on, a"double slit experiment" is happening.

    Cr_pt_c [2506872]

    Edit: I reread the OP and see that I am going off on a tangent. So I will include below what I originally wrote, but I include it (rather than completely edit my post out) as a request for more information so that I may study more myself.

    I realize I am likely wrong, and would like to see some sources so that I can better educate myself. But the best I can find is quantum computing works on the principle that the double slit experiment proved. But when I try to find an actual double slit experiment I am met with:

    A. Someone using computer modeling to show me how they used an photon/electron gun in the original experiment.

    B. Someone showing me wave fringes with a laser and then explaining that if they were to put a detector on it, it would behave differently.

    What I want to see is an actual example of placing a detector on the double-slit experiment and proof that it changes from behaving like a wave to behaving like a particle.

    That quantum computers behave in a way that supports that it was done is great. I still want to see a recreation of the original experiment. Not just something that is very similar.

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    Due to cgi, videos are as good a proof as computer simulations and written word evaluated by peers (peer reviewed stuff)

    Ergo..... the ONLY way to get your 'proof' in an absolute sense..... Is to understand all that happens in the experiment, then run it yourself. Anything besides comprehension and actual observation is secondary, could be fake.

    You either have to trust the established systems or do it yourself :)

    There are quantum effects that are easily dooable though. Get 3 polarisation filters :)

    Video
    The experiment seemed easy enough, but if I understand this website correctly, the 3 filters behaviour can be explained without quantum mechanics. Might be different if you do it with single particles though?
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    The experiment seemed easy enough, but if I understand this website correctly, the 3 filters behaviour can be explained without quantum mechanics. Might be different if you do it with single particles though?
    Urm.... yeah, it highlights a strange property to light, The results are very strange when you look at them in terms of filters with a simplistic view of a photon. And so this experiment highlights less obvious properties of light. There's no argument there 'Quanta' basically just means 'amount  of something'  So quantum mechanics is something like...... 'study of the mechanics of little bits of stuff'

    I think there does seem to be some comprehensive and seemingly conclusive experimental results, Though only truly understood by those with the math... these things are super complicated before it gets to the question of ramifications. Many of the big questions are still unanswered... They haven't yet 'solved' anything huge... but damn they have had A+s in most of their tests (so it seems to me)

    Big dispute!.... MWI, CI and Other... I'm pretty convinced MWI trumps now. Or at least i can't see how CI works... Pls don't ask me why it doesn't work... i might try and answer and it'll be a horrendous ordeal for us all....
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    Posted on 00:41:04 - 30/07/20 (1 year ago)
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    I'm gonna go read Timeline again and probably forget about this thread. I'll understand it better.
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    Just come back from a year break and I see your Science discussion is still as much of a joke as it used to be.

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    Just come back from a year break and I see your Science discussion is still as much of a joke as it used to be.
    Ty for the valuable input. Sad to see your pleasant attitude disappeared as your memories of old grudges popped up. You were nice yesterday
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    Posted on 18:36:33 - 31/07/20 (1 year ago)
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    Lewri [1762864]

    Just come back from a year break and I see your Science discussion is still as much of a joke as it used to be.
    Wuss, you've done the same again... you run your mouth off, throw insults, play at being the enlightened better...

    Buuuut.... you give nothing... you can't seem to hold a discussion... You think this threads content is poor? What does that say for the effort you put into your comment?

    You are a wuss... Come chat with me, prove me wrong. Stand by your slander and large mouth. Or run away again >_< Your call
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    Posted on 18:39:39 - 31/07/20 (1 year ago)
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    Lewri [1762864]

    Just come back from a year break and I see your Science discussion is still as much of a joke as it used to be.

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    Wuss, you've done the same again... you run your mouth off, throw insults, play at being the enlightened better...

    Buuuut.... you give nothing... you can't seem to hold a discussion... You think this threads content is poor? What does that say for the effort you put into your comment?

    You are a wuss... Come chat with me, prove me wrong. Stand by your slander and large mouth. Or run away again >_< Your call
    lol. there is nothing to discuss here, its just meaningless rambling as always.

    You gonna go downvote all my old posts and cry again like you did last time?

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    Posted on 18:41:42 - 31/07/20 (1 year ago)
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    lol. there is nothing to discuss here, its just meaningless rambling as always.

    You gonna go downvote all my old posts and cry again like you did last time?
    Then why did you turn up? Why did you choose to throw insults? 

    If its garbage, explain why....

    I think the issue is your level of comprehension... Otherwise you'd offer up something with substance,. i'd assume.
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