In this podcast, I will discuss the widely accepted philosophical interpretations of Quantum Mechanics and their respective implications and discrepancies. Observations made on quantum systems, or merely mathematical structures at the quantum state contain philosophical implications that are inconsistent with our Newtonian experiences.
How do we reconcile such inconsistencies? Perhaps it’s the philosophically lens we observe life through that’s distorted, and if calibrated accordingly quantum systems are in fact quantifiable and rational. Or, life is fundamentally uncertain and our use of mathematics eventually breaks down.
The mathematical models that pertain to the quantum realm are arguably the most accurate models of nature to date. Does attempting to obtain a philosophical understanding have any relevancy?