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In classical physics we assume the world is both knowable and objectifiable. In quantum mechanics, we have to choose one or the other. The mathematics behind quantum mechanics will not let us have both at the same time.
Which side of my brain am I blogging with today? The math and physics side, or the side that likes Donald Barthelme and Margaret Atwood? It all depends on how I feel.
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