Why quantum mechanics might need an overhaul

Nobel laureate Steven Weinberg says current debates suggest need for new approach to comprehend reality

Steven Weinberg

Nobel laureate Steven Weinberg, a physicist at the University of Texas at Austin, was once happy with quantum mechanics. But now he thinks that some more general theory may be needed to resolve long-standing disputes about the meaning of quantum mechanical math.

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