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I What is the value of "delayed choice" experiments?

  1. Jan 1, 2018 #26
    That's the point! As Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker says in “The Structure of Physics”:

    Bohr’s thinking was never based on mathematical structures, on what physicists somewhat condescendingly call the formalism, but rather on the classical description of experience and an unrelenting examination of the meaning of concepts.
     
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