The Quantum Mysteries

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Scientific Paper
Title The Quantum Mysteries
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Author(s) Richard Oldani
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Published 2008
Journal None
No. of pages 5

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Abstract

The allure of quantum mechanics lies in its mysteries and the exotic possibilities they introduce, such as worm holes, parallel Universes, and teleportation. It is shown here that these are illusions perpetuated by the self-serving ends of establishment physicists. The mystique disappears when experiments are described in strict detail with classical fields and straightforward causal arguments. Quantum physics is shown to be accessible to everyone, not just mathematicians. It is shown that quantum variables do not commute because the initial state of a quantum system is indeterminate.