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Atomic physics is confronted with the problem of consciousness through the datum of the ‘observer’ or to use the new, and more meaningful term coined by physicist John Wheeler, ‘participator.’ Accordingly, Dr. Use the free conversion tool and check out the equations and conversion tables available. One stipulation of the new model was that the ends of the wave that forms an electron must meet. Well-known physicist and atheist author/apologist Victor Stenger argued against the Copenhagen interpretation in his book The Unconscious Quantum.

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