Nobel laureates offer new interpretations of quantum mysteries

By Tom Siegfried, 17:20 PM May 23, 2014

First of two parts

Writing about the paradoxical nature of quantum mechanics poses a peculiar paradox of its own. If you explain it well enough that your readers understand it, you've somehow committed a gross error, because (as Feynman famously said) nobody really understands quantum mechanics.

But don’t worry. There is no danger that anybody reading this blog will come away understanding it. Nevertheless there are some new developments in the never-ending quest to explain quantum physics that...

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