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See: Experimental rejection of observer-independence in the quantum world.

To summarize: the scientific method requires that observations of experimental results should be the same among multiple observers. This experiment demonstrates that different observers can observe different results from the same experiment, and both (or all) of the observers are correct. Specifically, the observers did not make mistakes in observation, or in recording the observations. An event can occur, the observers can observe the event, record different observations, and both (or all) of the observers are correct.

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Experimental rejection of observer-independence in the quantum world 751 Race Jackson 20-Mar-19 22:43
Re: Experimental rejection of observer-independence in the quantum world 77 Eddie Larry 21-Mar-19 01:54
Interesring 74 drrayeye 21-Mar-19 07:04
Re: Interesring 71 Lost_In_Place 26-Mar-19 03:07
Re: Interesring 65 D-Archer 26-Mar-19 15:06
Re: Interesring 64 ianw16 26-Mar-19 20:26
Re: Interesring 64 Lost_In_Place 27-Mar-19 02:52
Re: Interesring 60 D-Archer 27-Mar-19 16:59
Re: Interesring 77 Lost_In_Place 30-Mar-19 03:14
Agreed! 65 drrayeye 27-Mar-19 01:34


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