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New Meetup: What's the evidence for quantum mechanics?

From: Mike M.
Sent on: Monday, October 25, 2010 9:01 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for The St. Louis Skeptics Meetup!

What: What's the evidence for quantum mechanics?

When: Saturday, October 30,[masked]:00 AM

Where: Washington University
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis , MO 63130

The world around us behaves classically; that is, it obeys the equations of motion formulated by Newton. However, Newton's equations are only approximate and there is a more fundamental quantum world around us that is extremely difficult (but not impossible) to perceive. In this world extraordinary things happen that cannot be explained by classical physics. In this talk Professor Carl Bender will discuss the boundary between these two worlds: How does the strange and complicated quantum world melt and continuously deform into the familiar and more easily understood classical world?

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