Einstein’s spook

Reality, Quantum World, Einstein

Reality and locality: In everyday life, objects usually have a specific place and are in definite relationships with other objects separate from them. An example of this is houses and their neighboring surroundings. But in the nebulous quantum world, such an order structure has become questionable – for Albert Einstein this meant a scandalous attack on reality per se.
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In the mysterious quantum world, places and distances seem to dissolve - and with them perhaps even the whole reality familiar from everyday life.


Right at the beginning of the first chapter of his Einstein biography “The Lord God is clever...” Abraham Pais recalls a walk in the

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