# The Copenhagen interpretation

We will have a look at the Copenhagen interpretation as proposed by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg to explain the stranger things in quantum mechanics. Continue reading The Copenhagen interpretation

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# The Copenhagen interpretation

# Quantum mechanics in ten ideas for people on the move

# Quantum entanglement: the EPR paradox and Bell’s Theorem

# Quantum entanglement: non-locality and the state of a two-particle system

# This is not an atom

We will have a look at the Copenhagen interpretation as proposed by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg to explain the stranger things in quantum mechanics. Continue reading The Copenhagen interpretation

If you’re on the move, you don’t have much time. Here are ten important ideas from quantum mechanics you can catch up on. Particles and wave functions! Continue reading Quantum mechanics in ten ideas for people on the move

Einstein didn’t like that quantum entanglement seemed to imply information travelling faster than the speed of light. We discuss Bell’s Theorem. Continue reading Quantum entanglement: the EPR paradox and Bell’s Theorem

In this two-parter, we discuss quantum entanglement, non-locality, and some mathematics. In the next post, we discuss the EPR paradox and Bell’s Theorem. Continue reading Quantum entanglement: non-locality and the state of a two-particle system

The standard cartoon of an atom is incorrect. An atom is not like a tiny planetary system. Quantum mechanics is all about the wave function. Let’s observe this carefully. Continue reading This is not an atom