virus: <Reality>

Robin Faichney (
Tue, 23 Sep 1997 15:17:10 +0100

I though some of you might be interested in this:

"There is no deep reality" represents the prevailing
doctrine of establishment physics.

[Niels] Bohr [who takes this position] does not deny
the evidence of his senses. The world we see
around us is real enough, he affirms, but it floats on
a world that is not as real.

A couple of quotes, out of order, from Nick Herbert's
Quantum Reality.

So what does "real enough" mean, and what can we
make of the assertion that this "real enough" world
"floats" on one that is not as real?

As regards consistency, BTW, it seems conspicuously
lacking at the quantum level.