Consciousness Reality and Quantifiable Normality
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11/20/2013 06:11 PM
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The predominant thinking amongst physicists, specifically those involved in quantum mechanics (Heisenberg, Pauli, Bohr, Feynmann, etc.,) , believe that there is no objective reality outside of human consciousness/measurement choices, or at the very least its futile and meaningless to try to describe. There's a stubborn few who disagree, like Einstein did, who was a realist (i.e., believed there was an external reality independent of consciousness/measurement).