A collection of my most cited research papers, and a selection of my books.
Pionic Entanglement in Femtoscopy: A Lesson in Interference and Indistinguishability
We present an analysis of recent experiments in femtoscopy by the STAR collaboration in terms of the protocol of entanglement…
Quantum Causal Inference with Extremely Light Touch
We consider the quantum version of inferring the causal relation between events. There has been recent progress towards identifying minimal…
The Everything-is-a-Quantum-Wave Interpretation of Quantum Physics
In this paper I would like to outline what I think is the most natural interpretation of quantum mechanics. By…
Entanglement in a qubit-qubit-tardigrade system
Quantum and biological systems are seldom discussed together as they seemingly demand opposing conditions. Life is complex, “hot and wet”…
Unpredictability is perfectly possible in a deterministic universe
We revisit the vexed question of how unpredictability can arise in a deterministic universe, focusing on unitary quantum theory. We…
The Infamous Mod Square
Because everything in quantum physics behaves like a wave, the primary entities are given by what are known as amplitudes. Amplitudes can be thought of as propensities (to borrow a term from Aristotle) for a wave of one configuration to – later on – acquire another configuration.
What is life?
I know of at least three books with this title. The most famous one is, of course, by Erwin Schrödinger. If you haven’t read it, I really recommend it highly. It’s difficult to overstate its importance.
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