Environment, consciousness, and quantum measurement
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It is shown that (a) the conscious observer plays no essential part in the measurement process, and (b) environmental perturbations of whatever kind fail to account for the evolution of systems into “mixtures” or “dynamically decoupled” systems.
KeywordsMeasurement Process Quantum Measurement Environmental Perturbation Conscious Observer
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