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July 26, 2021

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The FQXi November 16, 2012 Podcast features:
  • Testing the Quantum Limits
  • Illusions of Time and the Self
  • Unraveling Paradoxes
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Testing the Quantum Limits
Where does wave-particle duality break down?; & two teams carry out Wheeler's delayed-choice experiment.
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Illusions of Time and the Self
Craig Callender ponder why humans experience time's flow and its link to our sense of an enduring identity.
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Unraveling Paradoxes
Extended interview with Jim Al-Khalili, who discusses his new book, covering classic conundrums from the history of physics and what they can still teach us today.
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