New podcast: interpreting quantum physics

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What do you think about the different interpretations of quantum physics? And which one is your favourite? This is a deeply personal, sometimes delicate issue among physicists – and one that I explore with Jens, Johannes, and Michael from the German physics podcast "Sag mal du als Physiker".


In the episode, we talk about the need to interpret the mathematical framework of quantum mechanics and present our take on four popular interpretations: the Copenhagen interpretation, Bohmian mechanics, many-worlds interpretation, and QBism. 


If you don't understand German, fear not. You can always read up on my popular scientific introduction to the conundrums of the quantum world, including my take on QBism 🤓


Quantum physics essay: The interplay between nature and ourselves
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