Is Copanhagen physics true or has it been disproven? I seriously hope that dude is wrong.
Copenhagen is the capital od Denmark, a country in Europe.
You refer to an interpretation of quantum mechanics, which cannot be proven wrong-- only the quantum mechanics itself. That is known to not be consistent at all scales with general relativity, but that doesn't necessarily make quantum mechanics wrong. For my own part, I think it is naive to imagine that a physical theory could be exactly correct in every situation.
It is NOT Copenhagen physics, it is Copenhagen Interpretation! There's a difference.
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