The curtain makes you think from two sides.

“The reason we can’t predict the outcome of a quantum measurement,” s/he explains, “is that we are missing information,” that is, hidden variables. Superdeterminism, s/he notes, gets rid of the measurement problem and nonlocality as well as randomness. Hidden variables determine in advance how physicists carry out the experiments; physicists might think they are choosing one option over another, but they aren’t. They call free will “logically incoherent nonsense.”

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