Quantum Mechanics

From: John W Burgeson (burgytwo@juno.com)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2001 - 16:25:21 EDT

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    Thanks to several who passed along comments & suggestions on the quantum
    mechanics material on my web site. I've made a fairly major upgrade to it
    since last week. Comments still in order, of course.

    One of the neat set of links I added takes you to the pages of Physics
    Today and an interchange between Mano Singham and several letter writers
    (among them our own Moorad) on the general subject of what do you do when
    you have a good student who understands all the good stuff you are
    teaching (relativity, earth's age, etc) and tells you, at the end of the
    course, that it was all very interesting but he/she still does not
    believe it. Much food for thought in both Singham's original article and
    in the dialog thereafter.

    The links are identified on the quantum mechanics page.

    The last link there is an article by the philosopher, Phil Dowe, on the
    implications of QM for the relation between divine and natural causation.

    Burgy (John Burgeson)


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