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User avatar #61 - lapsushominum (06/08/2015) [-]
Pet peeve rant:

I hate it so much when people phrase quantum mechanic shit like there's something special about human "observation." It's not like the conscious human mind witnessing it does something unique to it, it's literally just physical interactions that allow stuff to be measured. And this stuff only happens at incredibly small scales (so far) anyway. Phrasing that shit like "reality doesn't exist until we measure it" is just attention fishing.
User avatar #23 - bullbrigade (06/08/2015) [-]
It's just a very shitty way of phrasing a very well established fact of quantum mechanics.
#8 - physicsdude (06/08/2015) [-]
It's just a clickbait spin on quantum mechanics.

It isn't true in the way it is posted here.
In reality it is more like a small object( we are talking insanely small) doesn't have defined characteristics until you meassure it. It's a possibility function. Fx you can tell for sure which way it is moving until you meassure it.
Also the part about until "WE" meassure it is wrong. So far quantum mechanics only seem to affect things smaller than the largest atoms 10-15 year old data, we might have observed it in a bit larger things because when the object gets big enough it reacts with the surrounding enviroment and is hence being "observed" by what it is reacting with.
#59 - anon (06/08/2015) [-]
We have done the double slit experiment with bucky - balls and have gotten quantum behavior. Also, there was a report of an instrument probe a few hundred microns long entering a superposition while attempting to measure another system in superposition.
User avatar #11 - tenfinnvo (06/08/2015) [-]
Yeah, you are exactly right. It's that when we try to measure an object's momentum with more precision we get less precision in it's coordinates, and vice-versa.
User avatar #27 - bullbrigade (06/08/2015) [-]
Actually, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle has nothing to do with the so-called "wave function collapse" induced by a measurement, which is what the article is about.
User avatar #28 - tenfinnvo (06/08/2015) [-]
Well shit.
User avatar #30 - bullbrigade (06/08/2015) [-]
It's ok, this is actually a very subtle problem in quantum mechanics.
User avatar #37 - tenfinnvo (06/08/2015) [-]
Yeah i know, i had an exam in quantum mechanics like 1,5 weeks ago.
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