What do ya'll make of this: http://www.newscientist.com/article...-trick-shows-reality-is-what-you-make-it.html "It appears that you can't even conceive of a theory where specific observables would have definite values that are independent of the other things you measure," adds Steinberg." "Niels Bohr, a giant of quantum physics, was a great proponent of the idea that the nature of quantum reality depends on what we choose to measure, a notion that came to be called the Copenhagen interpretation. "This experiment lends more support to the Copenhagen interpretation," says Zeilinger." It does seem to lead support for the Copenhagen Interp. Also, seems to be pulling the "conscious" observer a little bit back into the spotlight.