Quantum Physics and its Spooky Interpretations: Consciousness, Many Worlds and More
In episode VII of the Multiversity, we dive into the strangeness, counterintuitive, and challenging world of quantum physics. Guest star Jonathan Long guides us through three seminal physics experiments: the double-slit experiment, the delayed choice quantum eraser experiment, and Bell's Theorem. Each one of these experiments illuminates something strange and counterintuitive about our reality, but what could it all mean?
The team goes on to discuss different interpretations of quantum physics: How does the Copenhagen Interpretation compare to Many Worlds? Is reverse causality more intuitive than non-local hidden variables? And do quantum mechanics imply a special physical role for the conscious mind?
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