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Jun 02, If a tree falls in a forest, it kills Schrödinger's cat June 2nd, software, wetware Schrödinger used to have this quantum cat which was alive and dead at the same time as long as nobody opened the box, and it was the very act of looking at the cat that made it either alive or dead.
Jan 12, The way that Schrödinger's Cat is usually told suggests that the cat inside the box is both alive and dead at the same time, and it's not established which one is true until someone opens the box to look inside.
It sounds a lot like the old thought experiment"If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?". Aug 31, Do you remember Schrodinger’s cat? The outcome of the tree - whether it falls, or doesn’t - depends on your observation. It gets even more complex trees in fall autumn you consider the multiverse theory, in which the tree actually falls in one reality, and it doesn’t fall in another.
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But I shrubhauling.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. May 17, If a tree falls in the woods, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? This is a question that is familiar to almost everyone. Thought experiments endure Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Schrödinger’s Cat just derives from some interesting mathematics intended to statistically predict the behaviour of small particles, whereas the “forest in a tree” question derives pu Something went wrong.
May 16, It presumes, much like schrodinger’s cat, that a hearer is necessary for the tree to make a noise. This relies upon a fundamentally subject-object oriented ontology, where the tree is reduced to a passive object with no shrubhauling.barted Reading Time: 8 mins. Nov 30, Robert J. Marks (pictured): We hear a lot in popular culture about Schrödinger’s cat. Now, Erwin Schrödinger (–) was one of the guys who formulated quantum mechanics. He won a Nobel Prize for it. He was trying to explain quantum mechanics to a layperson and he used this idea of Schrödinger’s cat.
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