1 min readReality does not exist if we are not observing it

Quantum physicists show that there is no reality without the observer. What does this mean for modern science?

This 2007 article from Physics World summarizes an article published by the Nature Journal which rules out the belief that there is a non-contextual reality that exists outside of the observer. Articles like this have long been in circulation, but many scientists still attempt to debunk it saying that the results are subjective. Several new studies have replicated the 2007 study [read the We Are In The Cusp Of A New Scientific Paradigm to explore other studies] and have arrived at the same conclusion.

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