No such thing as objective reality

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Didn’t read the article. Just feel that way instinctively as I get older. The young “engineer” in me believed strongly otherwise.

I could have told you that. Meet my friend Phil, for example. Phil connects his mind blowing expensive Wilsons to his Constellations with the cheapest cables he can find. Phil’s immovably happy in his reality. My reality is different.

“I reject your reality and substitute my own.” Adam Savage

I’ve been enjoying Adam’s home shop build channel on Youtube. He’s a rapid working craftsmen.

Hahahahahaha… Whahahahahaha… Wait… Hahahahahaha… :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

Now I understand why nobody is discussing knitting patterns in this forum…

Cool that someone has gotten around to trying to objectively prove it. I imagine them discussing setting up the experiment and going, “Who gets to be Wigner?”…“Well, I’M not going to be the “Friend” - YOU be the Friend”…“Oh, man, we’re screwed already” ; )

Though you’d certainly get a lot of pushback from Newtonian folks and other scientists whose fields operate at scales above the quantum level, this for sure operates in the Audiophile Audio realm : )