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PostSubject: Copenhagen interpretation    Wed Oct 12, 2011 8:29 pm

Copenhagen interpretation

The most commonly held interpretation of quantum mechanics STK621-140 is the Copenhagen interpretation In the Copenhagen interpretation, a system stops being a superposition of states and becomes either one or the other when an observation takes place. This experiment makes apparent the fact that the SKIIP83AC12IT1 nature of measurement, or observation, is not well-defined in this interpretation. The experiment can be interpreted to mean that while the box is closed, the system simultaneously exists in a superposition of the states decayed nucleus/dead cat and undecayed nucleus/living AN3215K cat, and that only when the box is opened and an observation performed does the wave function collapse into one of the two states.However, one of the main scientists associated with the Copenhagen interpretation, Niels Bohr, never had in mind the observer-induced TCA2465 collapse of the wave function, so that Schrodinger's Cat did not pose any riddle to him. The cat would be either dead or alive long before the box is opened by a conscious observer.Analysis of an actual experiment found that measurement alone (for example by a Geiger counter) is sufficient to collapse a quantum L123CB wave function before there is any conscious observation of the measurement.The view that the "observation" is taken when a particle from the nucleus hits the detector can be developed into objective collapse theories. In contrast, the many worlds approach denies that collapse ever occurs.

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