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Measurement problem -basic definition.

  1. May 24, 2010 #1
    is this a correct way to describe the MP?

    It means that everything is everywhere doing everything in every possible state at all times, until something conscious looks at it, then, as a result of the observer, it takes a state, which is only subject to how the observer perceives it.
    We only perceive the universe and all it beholds in a certain way, but in reality, there is no mass, no nothing, just an arrangement of energy acting in varying ways relative its self. We are part of this energy, thus we are all one.

    Not my words, a comment from a video. if not completley correct maybe you could give a simple explanation similar.

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  3. May 25, 2010 #2
    no one?
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