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Calculating why we see classical behavior in a quantum world

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Calculating why we see classical behavior in a quantum world

Postby quantumparanormal » 22 Sep 2009, 04:00

The following news article articulates a very interesting theory as to how it's possible the probabilistic quantum-world bubbles up into our deterministic macro-world:

Calculating why we see classical behavior in a quantum world

A recent publication in Physical Review Letters goes some way to explaining why, despite quantum mechanics, different observers experience a universe that is consistent.

http://arstechnica.com/science/news/2009/09/physicists-explain-why-we-observe-a-common-objective-reality.ars
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