"Make Physics Real Again Why have so many physicists shrugged off the paradoxes of quantum mechanics?"
Review of a book that explains and describes the history of Bohr's view of quantum mechanics--famously glossed as "Shut up and calculate!" versus Einstein's--who stated that Bohr's view meant "Spooky action at a distance".
I can see some merit in both views. But in the end, I have to go with a long-standing inclination: give the points and bet on Big Al.