Physics 101: “…there aren’t really waves and there aren’t really particles. Instead, everything in the universe (including, for all we known, the universe itself) is described by a wave function that has properties of both particles and waves…”

“whenever physicists refer to particles, they actually mean a mathematical object called the wave function, which is neither a particle nor a wave but has properties of both.

“Science is about accumulating sets of observations [events] that occur reliably.” Predictions actually.

“To make sense of it requires a framework to say, this is how all these different facts fit together, and this is why…Having a good theoretical framework makes it possible to make sense of sets of disconnected facts, and to explain why things happen sometimes and not at other times. Perhaps most importantly, it allows […]