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Aug31-10, 03:11 AM
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If there is no "human observer", how does one acquire knowledge of the experimental results?
Acquisition of knowledge is a separate branch of science. It is not needed if you want to discuss the behavior of detectors, interference, double slit experiments etc. For this you need physics, dynamics, evolution equation, a little bit of probability theory.