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Why SQUID experiments can rule out non-invasive measurability
Abstract From macrorealism and non-invasive measurability (NIM), Leggett and Garg derive inequalities that contradict QM's predictions for SQUIDs. We derive those inequalities from NIM and aExpand
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A SQUID No-Go theorem without macrorealism: What SQUID's really tell us about nature
Without invoking macrorealism, we derive a contradiction between the quantum mechanical predictions forsquid's and two intuitive conditions. First, we assume that asquid can be measured withoutExpand
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Impact of Sex-Role Combinations on Student Performance in Field Instruction
An empirical study was performed during the spring quarters of 1974, 1976, and 1978 at a large college in the Midwest to test the impact of sex-role combinations on evaluation of students' fieldExpand
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On a recent attempt to define the interpretation basis in the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics
David Deutsch's 1985 algorithm to determine the preferred product structure and basis in the many worlds interpretation is examined. His heuristic argument for the conditions appearing in theExpand
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What makes a theory physically “complete”?
Three claims about what makes a theory “physically complete” are (1) Shimony's assertion that a complete theory says “all there is to say” about nature; (2) EPR's requirement that a complete theoryExpand
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Impact of Sex-Role Combinations on Student Performance in Field Instruction.
An empirical study was performed during the spring quarters of 1974, 1976, and 1978 at a large college in the Midwest to test the impact of sex-role combinations on evaluation of students' fieldExpand
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What makes a physical theory “complete”
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