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Paul Quincey

Paul Quincey is a physicist at the National Physical Laboratory, Hampton Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 0LW, United Kingdom.

Quantum Weirdness: An Analogy from the Time of Newton

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 32.6, November / December 2008

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Quantum Weirdness: An Analogy from the Time of Newton

What Einstein called "spooky action-at-a-distance" is similar to "action-at-a-distance" that bothered people in Newton's time.

Why Quantum Mechanics Is Not So Weird after All

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 30.4, July / August 2006

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Why Quantum Mechanics Is Not So Weird after All

Feynman's "least-action" approach to quantum physics shows that it is just classical physics constrained by a simple mechanism.

Why We Are Unmoved as Oceans Ebb and Flow

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 18.5, September / October 1994

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Why We Are Unmoved as Oceans Ebb and Flow

If you think your body might be feeling the forces that cause the tides, think again.

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