*ISBN*0309097401*ISBN13*978-0309097406*Language*English*Author*Colin Bruce*Publisher*Joseph Henry Press (October 13, 2004)*Pages*282*Formats*mobi rtf txt docx*Category*Math*Subcategory*Physics*Size ePub*1507 kb*Size Fb2*1196 kb*Rating:*4.9*Votes:*894

*ISBN*0309097401*ISBN13*978-0309097406*Language*English*Author*Colin Bruce*Publisher*Joseph Henry Press (October 13, 2004)*Pages*282*Formats*mobi rtf txt docx*Category*Math*Subcategory*Physics*Size ePub*1507 kb*Size Fb2*1196 kb*Rating:*4.9*Votes:*894

For the better part of a century, attempts to explain what was really going on in the quantum world seemed doomed to failure. But recent technological advances have made the question both practical and urgent. A brilliantly imaginative group of physicists at Oxford University have risen to the challenge. This is their story.

At long last, there is a sensible way to think about quantum mechanics. The new view abolishes the need to believe in randomness, long-range spooky forces, or conscious observers with mysterious powers to collapse cats into a state of life or death. But the new understanding comes at a price: we must accept that we live in a multiverse wherein countless versions of reality unfold side-by-side. The philosophical and personal consequences of this are awe-inspiring.

The new interpretation has allowed imaginative physicists to conceive of wonderful new technologies: measuring devices that effectively share information between worlds and computers that can borrow the power of other worlds to perform calculations. Step by step, the problems initially associated with the original many-worlds formulation have been addressed and answered so that a clear but startling new picture has emerged.

Just as Copenhagen was the centre of quantum discussion a lifetime ago, so Oxford has been the epicenter of the modern debate, with such figures as Roger Penrose and Anton Zeilinger fighting for single-world views, and David Deutsch, Lev Vaidman and a host of others for many-worlds.

An independent physicist living in Oxford, Bruce has had a ringside seat to the debate. In his capable hands, we understand why the initially fantastic sounding many-worlds view is not only a useful way to look at things, but logically compelling. Parallel worlds are as real as the distant galaxies detected by the Hubble Space Telescope, even though the evidence for their existence may consist only of a few photons.

Schrödinger's Rabbits: The Many Worlds of Quantum.

March 31, 2006, Joseph Henry Press. Paperback in English. Libraries near you: WorldCat.

A magical universe Clinging to the classical Collapse by inference A horror story writ large The Old Testament Let's all move into Hilbert space Pick your own universe A desirable locality Introducing many-worlds Harnessing many-worlds 1 : impossible measurements Harnessing many-worlds 2 : impossible computers Many-worlds heroes and dragons The terror of many-worlds The classical warrior: Roger Penrose The. new age warrior: Anton Zeilinger Proving and improving many-worlds. Rubrics: Quantum theory Popular works.

At long last, there is a sensible way to think about quantum mechanics. The new view abolishes the need to believe in randomness, long-range spooky forces, or conscious observers with mysterious powers to collapse cats into a state of life or death

At long last, there is a sensible way to think about quantum mechanics. The new view abolishes the need to believe in randomness, long-range spooky forces, or conscious observers with mysterious powers to collapse cats into a state of life or death. But the new understanding comes at a price: we must accept that we live in a multiverse wherein countless versions of reality unfold side-by-side. The philosophical and personal consequences of this are awe-inspiring

By Colin Bruce Just as Copenhagen was once the centre of quantum dialogue a life-time in the past, so Oxford has been the epicenter of the trendy debate, with such figures as Roger Penrose.

For the higher a part of a century, makes an attempt to give an explanation for what used to be rather occurring within the quantum international appeared doomed to failure. yet fresh technological advances have made the query either sensible and pressing. Just as Copenhagen was once the centre of quantum dialogue a life-time in the past, so Oxford has been the epicenter of the trendy debate, with such figures as Roger Penrose and Anton Zeilinger combating for single-world perspectives, and David Deutsch, Lev Vaidman and a bunch of others for many-worlds.

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Manufacturer: National Academies Press Release date: 13 October 2004 ISBN-10 : 0309097401 ISBN-13: 9780309097406.

Colin Bruce is a British author and physicist. He has written many scientific works, including non-fiction, but he is most well known for his popular science stories. Schrodinger's Rabbits: The Many Worlds of Quantum. He is an expert in mathematical paradoxes and a lover of mysteries YouTube Encyclopedic.

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