Why do we observe phenomena that necessitate indeterminacy prior to observation? Why don't we notice quantum phenomena at scales similar to our own? How can we intuitively understand entanglement without hidden variables or faster-than-light communication?
These questions have gone unanswered since their inception a century ago, but their solutions are provided by a simple extension of Einstein's theory of special relativity. This solution is provided in the first 6000 words of On Reality, now available in print or digital at Amazon, Waterstones, or as a pdf.
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