allisoneck20 karma2019-03-11 15:33:25 UTC
It's common knowledge that the effects of quantum mechanics and entanglement can only be seen on very small scales. Is there definitive consensus on this idea? As a historian of science, do you think maybe part of that assumption has to do with the fact that Einstein, Bohr, Heisenberg, etc. felt so existentially torn between what is intuitive to the human brain and what is theoretically possible / beyond our comprehension?
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