• Art48
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    It seems Newtonian Mechanics views the world as a play. Whether I attend a play or not, the play’s action and dialogue remain the same. That I’m observing a ball falling does not change the behavior of the ball.

    Quantum Mechanics seems to view the world as a party. A party will progress differently if I attend than if I do not. Further, Quantum Mechanics allows no remote cameras, so the only way to know what’s going on at a party is to attend, which changes the dynamics of the party.

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  • fdrake
    5.9k
    There isn't much to engage with here @Art48, I'm going to close the thread. You could repost something similar where you make the analogies stronger by providing more detail on each.
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