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Dirty Secrets of Quantum Foundations
Quantum physicist Matt Leifer reveals the dirty secrets of quantum foundations: the Copenhagen Interpretation does not exist and Copenhagen-like interpretations are as crazy as invoking parallel universes. From the 5th International FQXi meeting.
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EXPERIMENTAL quantum Anti-gravity —

I have made a theoretical as well as an empirical

scientific discovery of quantum gravity

and quantum antigravity.



Present day quantum gravity theories suffer from

too many mathematical space dimensions, and from

too few conclusive experimental results.



My hypothesis is simple, clear,

and subject to easy empirical verification :

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If we analyse the BHs we see that they have been created without a real electromagnetism evolution.They were present at the instant near 0 of the Hypothetical Big Bang.For the balance with all the galaxies of our universe we see that we need BH and dark matter to explain the .big structure of our universe and its galaxies.Without this equilibrium, we have not an universe.We need newtonian causes and the proportions appear.Let's take th cosmic microwaves background....we see easily that it lacks...


You know when we see the galaxis and their newtonian motions, we can calaculate the mass.It is what Zwicki has made.You can see easily that this matter not baryonic is necessary to link these stars around this supermassive BH.If it is balanced, there are reasons, if not we d have simply a chaotical motion for these galaxies.This dark matter is considered like a real parameter when we see the whole.The cause are not electromagnetic ,it seems evident.Now if people and teams prefer to find the...

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