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Subject GLP brainiacs: Help. Question on quantum mechanics.
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Quantum physics has now shown us that the person performing
the experiment influences the outcome. In other words, consciousness can change the outcome of an experiment, depending on its belief patterns.

Ok, so I know that experiments at the quantum level have shown that the act of watching something happen can effect the behavior of what is being watched (e.g. I think one study showed the behavior of photons changed when the photons were watched)

But are there any studies substantiating the second sentence? That the beliefs of the viewers influence quantum behavior? I have never heard that before.
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