About quantum theory

The quantum world seems very different from the one we experience on our own scale. It seems that subatomic particles don’t interact the way we do. Yet we are physically composed of these particles. So how do we explain such a paradox? Perhaps we simply need to change the way we interpret quantum theory.

I propose to explore this avenue through three articles that focus not on the intrinsic properties of particles, but on the interdependent relationship that unites them.

The article Quantum physics & reality will give you a fresh look at Schrödinger’s cat experiment. The article Observer & quantum physics will take you into the world of waves/particles. As for Indeterminism & quantum entanglement, it will plunge you into the heart of communication at work on all scales of the universe.