A mind-bending physics theory may explain why we have one reality instead of many.
- Quantum Darwinism, a theory created by Wojciech Zurek, may explain decoherence.
- The theory looks to reconcile quantum mechanics with classical physics.
- Three recent studies support the theory.
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Is the animal kingdom oblivious to our jokes or just a really tough crowd? Bill Nye explores the link between intelligence and humor.
It’s a question you ask yourself every time your best material fails to register in the eyes of a Labrador. Do animals other than humans have a sense of humor, or is it only human intelligence that can foster the inclination to be funny and recognize funny things?