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A Quantum World Arising from Many Ordinary Ones

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Some of the weirder features of quantum physicssuch as objects existing in multiple states simultaneouslycould be explained by the existence of multiple 'parallel worlds'.

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The bizarre behaviour of the quantum world—with objects existing in two places simultaneously and light behaving as either waves or particles—could result from interactions between many "parallel" everyday worlds, a new theory suggests.

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