This is the on-line first version (unpaginated) of my first publication in quantum mechanics. It shows how delayed-choice experiments should be interpreted so they do not imply retrocausality.

January 23, 2015 by admin

This is the on-line first version (unpaginated) of my first publication in quantum mechanics. It shows how delayed-choice experiments should be interpreted so they do not imply retrocausality.

Filed Under: Math Blog, Mathematics, Quantum Mechanics Tagged With: Delayed-Choice experiments, quantum eraser experiments, Quantum Mechanics, retrocausality

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