It looks like the blog author forgot to put down his equations and controlled experiments that prove his point.
Indeed, the words of the Copenhagen group are hard to understand. But - the math is not. And the math works...to better than one part in literally billions.
So, please back up your “interpretations” with math.
Words alone are worth about as much as emanations of your typical politician.
He’s an idiot.
See Wheeler’s delayed choice experiment.
Quantum mechanics is very strange but has been confirmed in many experiments.
F > P
For someone making such a claim, he didn’t really say much, or go into much detail.
Observation does change the thing being observed. Put a camera on a crowd snd see how many start saying , “Hi Mom!”, even if Mom has been gone for years. And a camera will convince many they actually have enough talent to perform against the obvious proof they do not.
The math: Camera + Idiots = Buffoonery (C+I=B>)
After the author can explain this, we can get into the real difficult stuff.
Too short, not enough information, but essentially right.
I’m still holding out for a “hidden variables” type of explanation, to understand the oddities of quantum behavior.
I say nothing is real. Everything is an illusion; a projection of the mind. (Read: Ego) Math to back it up? Don’t need that pesky mathematics when one knows. :-)
Hey! If youre gonna violate causality, take it outside!, says the bartender.
“Thanks,” it says, taking money from the bartender before giving him a beer and a shot.
It says to the bartender, If that’s my wife, tell her Im not here!”
The phone rings.
A tachyon enters a bar.
A physics joke.