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Bryan Moss <email@example.com>
>The many-worlds FAQ states that within the Copehagen interpretation,
>"...the view has generally been adopted that the wavefunction associated
>with an object is not a real "thing", but merely represents our *knowledge*
>of the object."
>My interpretation would be that the
>probability is no less real than any other explanation.
It's much more abstract than that, the wavefunction is not a probability, it's a function full of imaginary numbers describing the square root of a probability.
John K Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
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