More on the always-interesting but always-weird world of quantum physics.
Not a theory I had encountered before.
I'm not completely convinced. I always think that we should give the points and bet on Big Al. But, as noted here several times, quantum physics is as weird as weird gets.
James Gleick reviews What is Real? The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics.
Spoiler: quantum physics is just as weird as it ever was.
Scientists have got a lot of work to do.
Yep, measurement error is usually a viable explanation for various puzzles.
I'm so glad we have scientists doing this important work.