Future memory and past memory ain’t what it used to be.Read More
Q: What is the Copenhagen interpretation in simple terms?
A: The Copenhagen interpretation explains that a quantum particle does not exist in one state or another but in all of its possible states at the same time. Observation is needed to collapse the wave function and see the reality of the state.
Today’s visit was to Bletchingley. Part of the reason for this is the similarity between the name Bletchingley and Bletchley Park which is famous for its connection with code breaking in World War 2.Read More
And Alien and Skynet and No 1 Signals Unit. ‘Who Is Number 1 ?’ and living over Hellmouth. Maybe it’s just a movie. RAF Rudloe Manor is known as “Britain’s Area 51” since declassified secret files released at the National Archives indicated the site was the centre for UFO investigations in the 1950s.Read More