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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Is this statement true?

>>... over the past several decades we’ve come to understand that the classical and quantum worlds don’t exactly operate by “different” rules. Rather, the classical world emerges from the quantum in a comprehensible way: you might say that classical physics is simply what quantum physics looks like at the human scale. <<

- Atlantic Magazine,

Doesn't the measurement problem still stand right in the middle of any attempts to resolve the divide between classical and quantum "realms" ?

https://www.quora.com/Does-decoherence-solve-the-measurement-problem-in-quantum-theory

>>... over the past several decades we’ve come to understand that the classical and quantum worlds don’t exactly operate by “different” rules. Rather, the classical world emerges from the quantum in a comprehensible way: you might say that classical physics is simply what quantum physics looks like at the human scale. <<

- Atlantic Magazine,

**How Quantum Mechanics Could Be Even Weirder**

http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/06/quantum-mechanics-weird/487691/#article-commentshttp://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/06/quantum-mechanics-weird/487691/#article-comments

Doesn't the measurement problem still stand right in the middle of any attempts to resolve the divide between classical and quantum "realms" ?

https://www.quora.com/Does-decoherence-solve-the-measurement-problem-in-quantum-theory