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|Abstract||How can electrons behave sometimes like particles and sometimes like waves? How does an atom know, when it passes through one slit of a double-slit apparatus, that the other slit is also open, so that it should behave so as to contribute to an interference pattern? How does a radioactive atom know when to decay? How can electrons tunnel across classically forbidden regions? How can Schrödinger's cat be simultaneously dead and alive - but only until we look at it and find that it is one or the other?|
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