Everett-Wheeler interpretation

Everett-Wheeler interpretation

[¦ev·rit ′wēl·ər ‚in·tər·prə‚tā·shən]
(quantum mechanics)
An interpretation of quantum mechanics which holds (at least according to some expositions) that the subjective impression of having observed one and only one outcome of a given experiment is an illusion and that there exist other parallel universes, said to be equally real, in which the unknown outcomes are realized. Also known as many-world interpretation, relative-state interpretation.
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