Should we allow imagination to define physics?

Should we let imagination define our reality?  If so how much should we allow science to dependent on it? Most if not all explanatory models of reality rely to some extent on ones imagination because they use unobservable quantities to support them. For example Einstein used the concept of a space-time dimension to define gravity.  … Read more

A Classical Quantum environment

Many scientists assume that we must define the “realty” or non-reality of our classical world based on the concepts defined by quantum mechanics.  For example the Copenhagen interpretation tells us that a particle is spread out as a wave over the entire universe and only appears in a specific place when a conscience observer looks … Read more

Solving the Measurement Problem

The measurement problem in quantum mechanics is the unresolved problem of how (or if) wavefunction collapse occurs.  The inability to observe this process directly has given rise to different interpretations of quantum mechanics, and poses a key set of questions that each interpretation must answer.  The wavefunction in quantum mechanics evolves according to the Schrödinger … Read more