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Philosophy of Quantum Physics/Mechanics, all the official interpretations explained in one video-animation

A flawless explanation of the various interpretations of Quantum Mechanics, through a 3D video animation. The work of Eugene Khutoryansky has helped hundreds of thousands of people to understand many difficult scientific concepts through his videos. The following is one of them.

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Arising links between Consciousness and Quantum mechanics

Some people of the scientific community are self-repressed from thinking outside the box and from the willingness to find out (cognitive dissonance), by saying “yet another pseudo-scientific drivel about the supposed connection of quantum theory and consciousness”. Continue reading Arising links between Consciousness and Quantum mechanics

New Research Shows Consciousness Affects Reality

A new scientific experiment made by Dean Radin Ph.D, by using a variation of the classic double-slit experiment, shown at the Science of Consciousness Conference in Tuscon 2016 (Arizona), shows that consciousness indeed affects matter, therefore reality, no matter the distance between the observer and the apparatus. Continue reading New Research Shows Consciousness Affects Reality

Quantum Entanglement, Bell Inequality, and the EPR Paradox

Quantum entanglement is one of the strangest phenomena of quantum physics, so strange that there is not yet one explanation of how it works, yet we have already found out how to take advantage of that phenomenon. The following video animation is a powerful tool for you to understand what quantum entanglement is, in a very comprehensible way. Continue reading Quantum Entanglement, Bell Inequality, and the EPR Paradox