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Turning of the Wheel:

The interplay of the Unique and Universal

A Digital Collection of Events from the Humanities Colloquium Series, Turning of the Wheel,
University of Idaho | Moscow, Idaho | 2011-2012

Colloquium Talks > Dan Edwards

Dan Edwards, Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry.

Colloquium Talk, April 24, 2012, Idaho Commons

The Unique vs. The Universal: the Final Round

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ABSTRACT

Dan Edwards, Associate Professor of Chemistry, will give this colloquium talk. Experiments have established that it is possible for a measurement made today to influence the distant past. As Professor Farnsworth says, "As Deepak Chopra taught us, quantum physics means anything can happen at any time for no reason." Expect no less.

"Be there or Schrodinger's cat is definitely dead!" The Sage Busker.

For more information: Rodney Frey

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