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Objective Reality Of Physics

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 30, 2002 14:14:11 UTC

*** both quantum mechanics and relativistic physics are both correct, but this, as well,
is an impossibility. ***

Does your statement above not suggest that physics is far from determinig objective reality.

Even the various interpretations of quantum mechanics itself suggest widely divergent realities from multiuniverses to one universe with particles coming back from the future.

Reality may actually be better described in religion than physics. The descriptions are divergent, but not so widely divergent as in quantum mechanics.

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