Forget Determinism! Introducing Superdeterminism

Photo by Erik Schereder

In 1964, Bell confirmed one of the strangest ideas in quantum mechanics: that particles separated across the universe would respond to each other instantaneously no matter how far the distance.

The phenomenon, called quantum entanglement, originated from a paper written in 1935 by Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen. The eponymous paradox implied that entangled…

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Richard Vincent

Richard Vincent

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Physics graduate based in London. I write about physics and sometimes philosophy, ethics, psychology and insights found at the intersection of these.