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Quantum mechanics is the most powerful of the theories developed by the human beings. In fact, it is able to predict successfully the experimental results with an impressive degree of accuracy. For this reason, the majority of physicists tends to believe that quantum mechanics has no problem and that we are close to finding a real ”theory of everything”. As it has been underlined many times, starting from the famous Bohr–Einstein debate and finally arriving at the writing of John Bell, it is far from being true.


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Mysteries, Puzzles and Paradoxes in Quantum Mechanics Conference


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