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Interpreting quantum physics

  1. Jan 20, 2010 #1
    I'm not sure if this is the right forum for my question so here it goes. If not, let me know and I'll be happy to move on.

    I've been reading information written by Fred A. Wolf and J. Sarfatti and I think that I'm getting carried away with how I'm interpreting their information. According to what F.A. Wolf writes, you can simply visualize a particle or a wave, or both and your observation determines what it becomes. Of course this has many implications in both philosophy and theology.

    I'm not a scientist so my emphasis is in philosophy. But I need a healthy, pragmatic and realistic way to interpret what they're saying so that I don't get carried away and give rise to pseudoscience.

    How do you migrate the seemingly phantom world or quantum physics and consensus reality?

    Thanks,

    -Alex
     
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