"Researchers working at the Australian National University (ANU) have conducted an experiment that helps bolster the ever-growing evidence surrounding the weird causal properties inherent in quantum theory. In short, they have shown that reality does not actually exist until it is measured – at atomic scales, at least."
"From an everyday point of view, our minds perceive that an object should behave like a wave or a particle, quite independently of how it is measured. However, as this experiment supports, quantum physics predicts that it doesn’t seem to matter if a particle or object should show wave-like behavior or particle-like behavior; it all depends on how it is actually measured at the end of its journey."
I personally don't believe it, but I was wondering what other people think.
"...an experiment that helps bolster the ever-growing evidence surrounding the
weird causal properties inherent in quantum theory."
what are they?
( I don't want to look it up.)
Basically, that reality doesn't exist until someone observes it and brings it into being.
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