The purpose of this [course_title] is to help you become comfortable with the radical ideas of quantum physics, to help you combine creativity and critical thinking so you can be freely imaginative without being silly and illogical. The course topics concern the development of quantum theory; relations between the exciting theoretical/experimental breakthrough, and how quantum theory forced discussion of issues such as determinism, physical observables, and action-at-a-distance.
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Course Credit: Open Culture
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