Lev Vaidman, The Alex Maguy-Glass Chair in Physics of Complex Systems at Tel Aviv University, will present this lecture.
Action at a distance is a miracle. Quantum phenomena such as interaction-free measurements, teleportation, Bell-type correlations apparently require such miracles. Accepting the many-worlds interpretation avoids the necessity of action at a distance and thus removes paradoxes from quantum theory.
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