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comment Can a super-positioned human be used to differentiate between the Copenhagen interpretation and many-worlds?
I'm aware that the "photon gun" experiment would be nearly impossible. I'm wondering about the principle of the matter. If it makes you feel any better, you can consider the experiment where the "photon gun" is actually a massive finely tuned table of some sort that the human moves along a sliding track into position, or something along those lines.
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asked Can a super-positioned human be used to differentiate between the Copenhagen interpretation and many-worlds?
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accepted Does a tidally locked planet have seasons?
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asked Does a tidally locked planet have seasons?
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accepted What would happen if the Earth was tidally locked with the Sun?
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accepted Where do I start with Non-Euclidean Geometry?
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comment Where do I start with Non-Euclidean Geometry?
I already "know" GR (as in, I can apply the formulas and understand the results), but I want to understand how they work and why. I have a pretty strong math background, so I can move the numbers around and get the right answers, but I don't yet have an intuition as to where the equations come from in the first place, or what they really "mean". Sounds like "Gravitation" might be a good book for me.
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asked Where do I start with Non-Euclidean Geometry?
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accepted What's the relationship between an object's color and it's energy?
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comment What's the relationship between an object's color and it's energy?
Correct. I'm wondering if you can glean anything about the chemical by knowing only what color it reflects. In other words, what is the minimum difference between chemicals to cause the reflection of different colors; and what does that difference entail.