Emily:Man, this book is all biased against the Many Worlds Interpretation.
Allison:What's the alternative, anyway?
Emily:The Copenhagen Interpretation!
Emily:The Copenhagen Interpretation is the most mainstream of explanations offered for decoherence, which is the fancy term for what happens when you try to observe two potential particles and one of them always disappears
Emily:as immortalized in the Schrodinger's Cat thought experiment
Emily:and... I forget what it actually says/means.
Emily:This book is not helping me.
Emily:Basically, the Copenhagen Interpretation as devised by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg is more mathematically supported/provable? But also BOOOORING.
Emily:That's the impression I'm drawing from a rudimentary skimming of Wikipedia.
Allison:WEAK SAUCE, DUDES.
Allison:Way to limit yourselves and make everything WAY LESS FUN.
Allison:Is it not TEN BILLION TIMES MORE FUN believing that the world is actually a JILLION WORLDS?
Emily:"Science is not supposed to be FUN!" - Niels Bohr
Emily:I legitimately believe that to be Niels Bohr's actual stance