Beyond the Quantum Paradox: Probability Riddles ... Quantum Riddles ... Other Riddles ...

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 1, 1994 - Paradoxes - 105 pages
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Physicists and philosophers have quarrelled frequently over the meaning of quantum physics and as yet there is still no agreement - the only aspect of quantum physics which they agree with is that it is connected with probability. Beyond the Quantum Paradox attempts to explain this argument in clear, non-mathematical language. Based on Professor Mayants' work over the past twenty-five years, the book attempts to explain what quantum mechanics is all about.

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Contents

what is it about?
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a new approach
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Some paradoxes in modern physics
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