Nobody in the world does not understand what quantum mechanics. This is perhaps the most important thing you need to know about it. Of course, many physicists have learned to use the laws, and even predict phenomena based on quantum computation. But it is still unclear why the experiment, the observer determines the behavior of the system and causes it to take one of the two states.
Here are some examples of experiments with results that inevitably will change under the influence of the observer. They show that quantum mechanics deals with virtually the intervention of conscious thought into material reality. Today there are many interpretations of quantum mechanics, but the Copenhagen interpretation, perhaps, is the most famous. In 1920 its general postulates were formulated by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. Read the rest of this entry »