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"david albert" Discussed on X96
"Inside the producers Booth. Thank you very much. And another thing is that BYU? Remember we talked about the Why being lit up with rainbow? Yes, BYU on their official Twitter account, issuing a statement about that. Mm. Saying me why you did not authorize the lighting of the Why. Just Yeah, You don't want to get the wrong idea way actually, like having gay students on and that's and that's the big question. And Terrence pointed out to me, So why did they feel that was necessary toe? Put that out? You know, I mean, there was no vandalism involved because everybody holding the lights they were standing by the Y and you can go up there. You could go up there and do that. And so everyone was standing holding flashlights to make it light up. So heard anything. They wanted to make it clear that the BYU administration has nothing to do with gay students. They do, they don't know. No, I think they're liberal. Exactly, And that's and I'm like, Why put that out? Other than for that reason, I said, uh, Okay. Now, why is that a liberal thing? Yeah, I know. Isn't it, eh? That's it? What are you being? There are no, there are. There are no gay conservatives are giving profane would argue. It's a Jesus. It's a Jesus thing, isn't it? Ahead of your fan club said Love Everybody, right? I don't know It's just people, experts say Somewhere except for homosexuals doesn't say that someone I take exception with calling it a liberal thing. It's just human beings. You tell me one gay conservative. Come on. Um, there are so far I can't recall their name right now. You know, I'm kidding. There are gonna like it makes you feel like you can only be gay if you're a liberal. No, it's just You can only have brown eyes. If you're a liberal, it's the same thing. The strangest thing is the log cabin Republicans. I don't get it. But there are you know, I don't think I color has anything to do with sexual oriented well at all. That's not what I was told growing up because I have green eyes. Oh, all right. Let's get to Boehner's round one. Here we go. Three news stories. These are examples of bad, stupid or funny human behavior. You will decide with your votes of these three candidates, which one is the worst, which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and possibly become boner of the day winning here secures this candidate, a spot in Boner Dome. Gets a chance to be boner of the day Round two and 8 23 more. Three different candidates will do this again. Get a winner. There is well, send them both. Boner fight. You'll decide Boner of the day and 9 20 this morning And then after that Dave Mattsson will decide. Dave, the flower guy in case you're wondering Will decide who is boner of the week just by his a Craddick command. So let's get a champion for round one right now. Here we go. Two candidates now a third after the news, and once you've heard all three, then you will votes and one of you lucky random boner voters will receive Can't buy it. Gotta win it radio from how Boehner T shirt which you will be able to pick up starting on Monday between 9 A.m. and 10 A.m.. You can come down to 50 West Broadway. There's gonna be a number on the on the front door. You call that number and say I'd like to come up and get my boner T shirt, please, and you can pick it up. That's just between nine and 10 at 10 o'clock that Then you don't have to call the number. You need to show up Between nine and noon. The office will close at noon. Yeah. Yeah, but 10 o'clock you could you don't have to call you could write. S O Boner. Candidate number one Do boys get sent home with their too distracting. That's the question that's being asked a female student. 17 year old Harris Wilson showed up at school dressed in a white turtleneck. And a A knee length black dress. Uh, looks I mean, it's just a dress we get. So what it looks like to me, so she's wearing a turtleneck with E. Dress over the top and you know Um And, according to her father, Christopher Wilson, caress his teacher called her out in front of the class. And said. You're gonna have to go to the principal's office because your outfit is not appropriate. The teacher said. It makes me feel uncomfortable. And it makes my male counterpart teacher here feel very uncomfortable. What you're wearing. Angered by what happened, Chris, with the permission of his daughter took to Facebook. He did so in the hopes that it would affect some change. He posted live videos to his Facebook page with the following statement explaining what it happened today. My daughter was sent home for wearing clothing that made her female teacher and her male student teacher feel uncomfortable. Centered out in front of her class. She was told she needed to leave class and that brought her to the vice principal's office before she went home in tears. After asking how she would like me to handle this. She said She wanted to make sure that this kind of thing doesn't happen to the students that come after her. Please stand with Paris and I and make sure that those involved Are held accountable that this never happens again and he said, it's unacceptable. We shouldn't be treating kids like this particularly females. We shouldn't be telling them that they can't dress a certain way. It's absurd. Our boys sent home because of dressing ways that mean the teachers feel uncomfortable. She's bringing turtleneck and Rest over the turtle. It that doesn't I don't mean I haven't seen it. But I don't know what we have The picture over there. X 96 dot com slash live. There was a picture of it. There's there's nothing nothing I've certainly covered up and and here. Maybe this is a teaching a time for a great time to teach the kids about not being distracted or about how You know, you have a responsibility to pay attention in class. And you know, you also have responsibility to I don't know. Not glare. Uh, So Boehner, candidate number one Do boys get sent home? When they're being distracting. Boner candidate number two. Hey, Salt Lake County you You elected him Salt Lake County Council member. David Albert did most of the politically charged to screed to his Facebook Wednesday, claiming that the left won't be happy until, among other things, we all have light brown skin exactly alike, and until we're all bisexual and in non committed relationships, he went on to say that the left goal was to reach point. Where there are no males had no females. We have no Children, and we simply have new humans arrive in labs and immediately be put into school or collectivism and indoctrination. Yeah, he's been infiltrating our meetings. These air, the private things we talked about in the meetings that are supposed to get out. Albert, a Republican elected to represent District two in November, took down his post shortly after the Salt Lake Tribune contacted him for comment, and he has apologized. For his post. I could have been a little more diplomatic, he said. What I wanted to challenge is to really consider the endgame of the far left. What mission is accomplished on game is just I just want to be treated equal again. It's game, this conservative thinking that there's one thing or the other. There's no in between. You know it's it's that's what the left wants. Is all of us to be grown in labs. No voter candidate number two. Hey, Salt Lake County District to apparently you elected him. Let's remember him come election time. Coming up in a moment. Boner candidate number three Hair, Texas We believe in the code of chivalry, all right? Boner candidates..
"david albert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Barack Obama counseled a small group of players in the days and hours before the players decided to return to the court. A number of news outlets now say that Obama advice players to return to playing after they sat out in protest of the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 18 2060% of California High school graduates chose an out of state college. Seems like a high number 60% headed out of state and many of those states are allowing on campus living or instruction and cases of covert 19 are rising dramatically on some campuses. University semesters get underway, Colleges are finding themselves struggling with sharing important health information without violating privacy of students who, as universities across the country have tried to bring students back in a variety of capacities. A number of them have ramped up testing in many ways, either upon entry to campus. Or periodically a student health services. In some cases, they've rolled out absent mobile phones to track when students are exposed to other students who might have tested positive. In other cases, they're requiring students actually reading register their symptoms before they travel on the campus. The upshot of all this is universities are taking in an immense amount of data about studentshealth. They've never taken in before. Well, and in the case of University of Alabama, they are seeing a Corona virus tied 1200 students there of tested positive. You know, A lot of people are believing the party. Oh, yeah, Definitely. There's an expert Yusa today has an article this morning headline about how they say that that's not fair. It's not because chastising students were parting is not the reason why. Oh, really? Yeah, That's what I thought, too. Whenever you get people together, and I think maybe it is okay. Well, the boy she just heard was David Albert from the Wall Street Journal. Now he looked into all of these systems for the tech news podcast systems that universities have set up to track student health. And then what they do with that data is totally a patchwork. You have some some universities who are reporting the number of case counts. And positive test result. Daily summer doing so weakly summer not doing so it all. On the other hand, the spectrum you have some universities who are reporting the number of beds that are filled up in their quarantine or infirmary areas, So it's really, really a case by case basis and each university And what you have is a really unequal set of data across the country, and that is what's so problematic. You have this unequal set of data with different criteria for who's testing positive when it's reported On. That's creating some consternation for parents who were trying to get their kids back in school, so it's hard to compare another reason for the privacy. Universities do have an obligation to report on impacts on student health. But They're waiting into some dangerous waters when it comes to privacy violations obviously have to comply with HIPAA, which is the main federal privacy laws regarding medical patient information. But in this case, they're also dealing with a law called the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Which is typically a lot of deals with student records. But in this case, universes are also in interpreting it to include Cove in case counts, So I spoke to a bunch of lawyers last week, and they essentially said that this law for PA Basically provides a lot of room for interpretation for how schools could go about this in the end result is, we have a lot of these varying interpretations from individual universities. Okay, so the law he refers to ferpa governs information that is personally identifiable, so universities have to figure out when we report case counts. Can someone determined who we're talking about? Can they determine if it's a specific group or demographic? Some of even accused universities of using ferpa The hide case counts for public relations purposes. Okay, so it's very difficult for students to understand their own risk day. Today, Many are now pushing back on their university. For more information, So I'm looking at the list of schools that already have big problems. University of Alabama UNC Chapel Hill, Notre Dame And those who are attempting to control partying, northeastern Purdue, Syracuse Yukon. And then there's Chico State, right Right here in California, right here in Northern California. They've had a covert outbreak, and they've had to shut down dormitories. And I'm hearing that the governor your Cuomo is sending two universities there. He's sending their calling them SWAT teams, but they're not like actual SWAT teams there, like just like a team. That goes out that tries to prevent more covered infection. Well, that that title sounds a little heavy handed. I know that too. Don't call it that. No, Let's get out to the roads and check in with Brian. Noble seals Monday morning. Take it away,.
"david albert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The first time since the beginning of the corona virus crisis the number of people in intensive care units in the state has gone down he urged people to continue staying at home the American civil liberties union of Wisconsin has filed suit in state Supreme Court asking for the release of vulnerable people from state prisons Karen Powell from member station W. W. M. export the ACLU's lawsuit was filed on behalf of two inmates with pre existing conditions state criminal defense lawyers and disability rights Wisconsin it asks the Wisconsin Supreme Court to order governor Tony Evers ANSI corrections officials to reduce the prison population to a level where social distancing as possible and giving priority to the elderly and those with underlying conditions that could increase their chances of developing covert nineteen or dying overcrowding has been a concern in Wisconsin prisons for NPR news I'm tearing Powell in Milwaukee Wall Street is closed for Good Friday this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd schools across New York state are struggling to cope with closures distance learning and uncertain funding Karen to which reports the school board's David Albert says while the recently approved state budget keep school funding even with last year's allocation it's uncertain whether that money will still be available by the time school will presumably start again next September Albert's speaking via Skype predicts some teachers and other school staff will lose their jobs those conversations unfortunately are probably going to happen he says he sees one sign of hope though the federal bailout plan includes one point one billion dollars for school districts across the state which he says will go a long way toward stabilizing finances in Albany I'm Karen to wet mayor de Blasio is urging the MTA to do more to reduce crowding on trains and buses so that passengers may stay safely away from one another he says increasing the frequency of trains would help is there any way to run more trains where they are needed it may not of course be everywhere maybe certain times of day or certain lines but if that is what's going to protect people we should do that MTA officials say they're monitoring crowding issues earlier this week they announced they would add more trains on certain lines that have been running on weekend schedules but they're also facing significant crew shortages because many MTA employees have contracted covert nineteen singers from all over the world are participating in a virtual choir performance Eugenia yeah now is a professor of music at the borough of Manhattan community college and created a remote choir with their students before the outbreak and she says the spirit of choir singing feels right for this moment of coming together can the make up with harmony with one voice right you have to more than one and then you adjust and Danny and brace and sometimes you have to do more than just because your voice may sound different than the other but you know how to do this and best of team work so here's a practice clip of twelve people in the choir it will be close to one thousand people by the end of the virtual.
"david albert" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"david albert" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"LHC They leave a track like particle would right so so late nineteen twenties people saying all right. There's a way of talking about electrons that they're Wade's CBS and we have an equation for the shredder equation. Make predictions fits the data but when you look at them they look like particles and so they settled on the compromise called the Copenhagen interpretation which is that there are two sets of rules. There's one set of rules for what electrons do when you're not looking at them their ways they'll be schrodinger equation. There's another set of rules roles and if you take quantum mechanics caltech or anywhere else they'll teach you the set of rules like when you observe something it's wave function collapses. There's a probability of observing in different places and if you say what do you mean look at. What do you mean observe what he needed. Measure those kin. We can't answer that that that's not what you're supposed to talk about. The don't ask those questions. FAIRMONT's like the slit experiment like there's a legal way to measure well you can measure o but when you say what happens what count now that could one atom do the measurement or like this is where it gets into your question or the big small so there's literally something called the Heisenberg cut which is the cut between if something is small enough and microscopic you can treated quantum mechanically and if it's big in macroscopic treated classically really oh okay so it's only on the small side that it's okay all right and so you ever it in the nineteen fifties was a graduate student. He said come. I'm on the Dick euless like you're made of atoms. Why in the world would not be treated. Quantum mechanically. Just like you're looking at is and long story I sure would he realizes when when you look at that electron. It's not that it's wave function. Does something different because you're looking at it is that you are a quantum system also and you become entangled with the electron and so rather than the electron is seen here. Were seen there. It's there's different copies of the world. In each copy you saw the electron is slightly different place and this is unambiguously the prediction of quantum mechanics if you remove all those dumb rules about measurements and wave functions collapsing and things like that so that's the you know but people don't people in like that people still don't like it. That's the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. Everett never called the data but the other people did gooding. Do they all exist simultaneously all simultaneously so it's not a function of kind of lake you know when we think of a film the film is is actually just a series of still frames and depending on the film speed it looks jittery or it looks really smooth. It's not it really a function of these waves are just like when you when you look at them or you observe them. You're just catching a moment in time and that's why it has particle like feature nope. There's there's nothing special about observation thing wave functions. Don't change dramatically. They're always there and it's it's very much as ever ever it tussled with. This is where the history becomes interesting adviser because his. PhD Advisor was John Wheeler who is brilliant physicist also advised you know Richard Feynman and Kip Thorne and a bunch of other people but wheelers mentor was Niels bohr invented the Copenhagen interpretation and said shut up stop talking about and reeler idolized titleist Niels Bohr and I had all my podcast. I had a conversation with David Albert who one of these philosophers of physics got a PhD in physics and then moved over and he said Yeah I would love to go back in time and have dinner with Niels Bohr because if you read his writings is impossible here to understand what he's saying like. He's just not that clear. Is it like us really dense like Esoteric Dagan in are dependent on but but over and over again as as David. We put in the podcast people. Would you know talk to Niels Bohr and come away spouting nonsense about the foundations quantum mechanics intelligent people in the world and wheeler said things he's like you know I never knew what people meant when they talked about people like Jesus or Buddha or socrates until I met Niels Bohr so people idolize Niels Bohr. It's completely really unclear why from his writings okay he was obviously very charismatic person exactly was and so wheeler is literally caught between bore and Everett so Everett wrote in his PhD thesis he says you know these worlds branching when you make a quantum measurement is like an Amoeba splitting right like there's one of me Uh and it splits into you can't say which one is the Amoeba came from. They're both identical lives. They memories of America's have memories etc the only difference being that when the world branches in quantum mechanics the two branches can't talk to each other anymore. They can't see each other. They're totally separate but they're both slightly different copies of where you started and wheeler was like no no no you. I can't say say that we don't believe that that's just to a little bit going too far and whenever finally got his PhD thesis published in. You you know you get you get to like edited one last time when it's in the proof stage and he sneaked back and you're like it's kind of like splitting you know it's funny. I actually when I was in eighth. Grade did a science experiment when we won regionals at science fair where we took Pleseira flat worms and we train them on a mazer yeah we cut them in half and they regenerated and both halves new the maze but of course we know that it's not just flat worms all the way down. This is where the analogy breaks down because there's are a DNA within these things that are themselves dividing and replicating and so that's kind of one of the things that's always been really confusing to me. Even just about fundamental physics is that you can just keep going can't you you can just keep breaking it down. No we don't know to be perfectly fair. Okay people ask if you think that when I measure a quantum system the world branches will how many branches are there. How many could there be in principle the book. We don't know there's a it's a large number but we don't know if it's a big but finite number or whether it's an actually infinite number and are these things things is that you believe are actually happening or do you think that their potentialities nope there actually happening. They're actually really downloaded APP for your iphone called Universe splitter glitter. If you WANNA make sure there's universal which do one thing in the universe which you do something else so this is. Is this the many worlds but we've often heard the term multi-diverse how do those there's relate to one another well. multi-diverse is look. The English language was invented long before quantum mechanics right so borrowing words that don't really fit the multi-diverse usually when used by scientists means cosmological multi-diverse which is just an idea that very far away conditions are very different different than almost like another universe. Okay idea that there is another universe kind of existing in the same place that has different your here. If you here like Stephen Hawking or Alan guth talk about the cosmological multi-diverse they mean really like little bubbles of locations of space very very far away but I feel like when Brian Brian Green talks about the multi verse talking about something kind of different no wrong in the string theorists multi-diverse they really are talking about different place okay all right our pocket universes so it's not the kind of eventual result of taking the many world series and make no very a big little cosmological multi-diverse many worlds totally separate. Gotcha okay and you know in some sense. The many worlds theory quantum mechanics is way a more dramatic profound because it's like you said is happening here in the room every time a nucleus in your body decays which is five thousand times a second universe branches. Che's right but it's also more likely to be true like I think that I would put a much more than ninety percent chance that many worlds correct whereas for the COSMO multi verse Fifty Fifty is the best you could possibly say so my non physics braid my neuroscience psychology brain obviously trying trying to wrap my head around this in a short amount of time and the thing I just keep coming back to is like isn't that just time like when you talk about the you know the universe branch isn't and that just like the movie run Lola run where they just showed that like if you make decision a everything that follows different than if you make decision be like that's it's just how time works but it's not because classically if it weren't for quantum mechanics you can always say while there were different possibilities and this is the one that became real who in many worlds everything quantum mechanics. They all really do become real all the ones that are compatible. The Laws of physics really actually happened inside yourself well. That's the prediction of the equation so that we say is we haven't equation the Schrodinger equation. for quantum mechanics plays the role in quantum theory that Newton's laws at equals. I may place in classical mechanics right in classical mechanics you give me some particles with some positions and velocities can predict what's going to happen in quantum mechanics you'd be a wave function and the Schrodinger equation predicts what's going to happen and the sugar equation unambiguously says the universe branches into many different copies copies now you can say. I don't like that and the responses fine change the Schrodinger equation or alter the theory in some. I'm way and asked if it still compatible with what we see. This simple view like this is why in the book I call every quantum mechanics austere quantum mechanics. It's it's not that it adds a bunch of stuff to quantum mechanics. It takes a bunch of stuff away and the world's are either there because that's what the equation says or you can come up with a new during which they're not. They're number one. Why would you do that like the theory. We have fits perfectly well. It's just that you're upset by it a a number two when people try it turns out to be really hard jeans the theory in a way that fits the data so where you're going for here and other theorists who are interested in the same things you are is like a more parsimonious elegant equation. You don't want to make it more complicated well. Would you always want to be correct right. Describe the data Ada. You WANNA fit the data so it's attributed Einstein. I'm not sure if it's true but you want your theory to be as simple as possible but no simpler yeah right and so it's almost impossible to imagine a theory that simpler than everybody in quantum mechanics in terms of the fundamental ingredients. It's predictions are mind-bending. There's all these worlds out there right so all of the alternatives ever and they do exist in there. Some of them were experimentally testable and we're trying to do the experiments they're more complicated. You know they're messier and that usually makes things worse. If the data insist that we need to complicate things to explain what we see then we will complicate things but until then I'm not really motivated waited. You know it's one of those interesting things where physicists often will say like humble physicists often will say I've never met any but I'm a AH physicists with a with a measure of humility will often say things like you know we don't agree or we don't really know or that's why this is theoretical radical as apoe or we don't have experiments to ultimately Testino. Some of these things that were developing would need a collider. That's the size of the universe universe or we would need. You know there's all these things that you hear and so one of the frustrating things I think for non physicists even academics who are non physicist physicist who actually care about these fundamental questions is that ultimately it gets to a point where we say but why and answers because math and then and then we say I don't speak speak math and then it's like well. That's where we are and so you know it is really important right that the like you said that the the equations equations sort of spell that out because that's really fundamental to the theory but sort of do you feel like within your book or within in these conversations that that's the place you finally get where it's like an because math. I don't think he's ever because math I think it's because the theory says so I mean the the point. I do try to drive home. In the book is the world's that come into existence are not put into the theory. They are a prediction of the theory and it's true that you can't nc them. You can't test that particular prediction but there are other predictions you contest. It's a very testable theory right and if you don't like that prediction then changed change the theory by all means and you don't need a lot of math you know we all have heard of short angers hat right there. There's a box. There's a cat you do nasty things to the cat hat to put in a quantum state whereas a superposition of alive in debt okay or in the book. I do awaken asleep. There's no reason to kill that's the sweet sleeping gas it doesn't but okay but the cat is in this macroscopic quantum superposition and you open the box and in the Copenhagen view suddenly the cat changes. It's either awake or asleep. It's not both what else was awake or asleep the whole time right. Oh No that's the whole point fingers cat is is that until you open the box it was a superposition of both it's not that you didn't know not that for all intents and purposes it was a super position of both now nothing they do with what you know but in..
"david albert" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
"Shift. It's unwarranted because we have perfectly realist versions of quantum mechanics that fit the data and what's an agent you know why is it agents seem to agree on the world of it doesn't pre exist them and things like that so it's really difficult for me to take it seriously on the other hand they find it. Difficult difficult. Take many world series right is a tree there. There is a cemetery there so if we took let's say a thousand academic physicists chosen entirely early at random and ask them. Which of these theories do you adhere to how many would say. I don't know and i don't care as it just doesn't interest me so i think that'd be the winner. That'd be the way if you ask that question at cosmology conference or a quantum information conference or condensed matter conference. You're gonna get very different answers. There is <music> sympathy for many worlds among people with cosmology or quantum gravity interests in the quantum information theory community where you're doing the things like building quantum computers and stuff tog raphy yeah cryptography stuff like that. There's surprising sympathy for cubism and you can kind of understand that that's so they're doing. They're measuring outcomes agents getting experiences calculating probabilities for them. That's what they do and in the philosophy of his community dynamical collapse in hidden variables theories are the most popular ones and you can understand that as well because they're perfectly well formulated theories that don't have any metaphysical conundrums associated with them. The thing that just intuitively is most difficult to accept about many worlds is that these vast expanses populated by a perhaps october conscious systems are just propagating constantly just intuitively. I think most people who were hearing about the theory for the first time would basically leave it at that and maybe put it in more formalistic terms. You'd say conservation of matter and energy. This seems to be creating an awful lot of something out of nothing or awful lot of something out of alone universe yeah and i think there's a perfectly valid first intuition to have but then you gotta go through the math and if you buy into many any world's this current state of the university around you is just one branch of the wave function and that branch comes with what we call a wait. The wave function says is is this branch big or small. Is it thick or thin. That's the likely or unlikely is it a probability statement. No it's there with one hundred percent so when you have the electron and spin up plus spin down and the universe evolves into a combination of both spin up and spin down basically it's not like you're taking the universe and doubling it. It's like you're taking the universe and slicing it in half and now there's two universes but they're each half the size of the original universe every time you branch the wave function the the total thickness of the wave function doesn't chain this thickness. This is not something that's easily measurable. I assume well you can prepare something like the electron wave function action in any superposition you want like we talked about right and one percent up ninety nine percent down etc so you know what it is. Then once you measure it you know what the thickness thickness of the two branches that had been created but once they've been created you can't measure it yeah and it just seems that whatever arbitrary thickness we assigned to the universe. Let's say and new year's day midnight nineteen fifty. It has an arbitrary thickness state at that instant the number of times. It's been split since then. It's it's not infinite but god it's a lot of times i mean if every single time there's radioactive decay in my body and that's five thousand times a second yeah and there's all these bodies and there's all these planets and we can only see fourteen billion light years in either direction. It probably goes further than that with all of those splitting happening whatever thickness the world had in one thousand nine hundred fifty it is it's such a miniscule sliver of it at some point you kind of run into xenos paradox well. Maybe maybe not and the one thing that we don't know when this is sort of an embarrassing admission mission for an ever ready and we don't know whether an infinite or finite number of branches of the wave function of the universe. We don't even know that simple basic fact and to be fair in n._o. Version of quantum mechanics do we know whether there aren't infinite or finite number of different distinguishable wave functions. This is a deep question about quantum gravity and the wave function of the universe so there's physics we don't understand that we would need to know before we said there's only a finite number of branches for an infinite number of branches but having settle that there's plenty of room for lots of branches you can ask yourself if the universe just keeps branching at this fantastic rate. Will we run out of room for branches. No we're nowhere close. It's it's a really really big number. If there are an infinite number of dimensions in what we call hilbert space the space of all possible aid functions then the question of how many branches there are many worlds makes no sense. It's always infinite number and what you should be asking. Instead is what is the relative fraction of worlds where the electron was spin up. Versus electron has been down and a quick aside the term for someone who adheres to the school of thought. Do you prefer many worlds or or or ever ready and ever ready his fine ever ready in yeah. It has a nice ring to it sounds a little like the battery every by the way fascinating guy yeah. Let's talk about him briefly because he for somebody somebody had such a big academic idea. He did not say academia for long. He didn't even try. He didn't apply for jobs while he was still a graduate student. He <hes> wrangled angled a job in a sort of defense consulting firm and got us based left and it's unclear to me whether or not that was because he he was put off by the bad reception that his theory gun because it certainly did get a bad reception. It got a bad reception as he was writing his dissertation. Yes that's right. This was in the the fifties. I'm all right. He's okay with his p._h._d. Advisor was john wheeler who is the most successful p._h._d. Advisor in history physics for should fine men was his student kip thorne was his student and whoever it was a student and plenty others as well and wheelers mentor was guess who kneels bore <laughter> <laughter> they'd worked together when wheeler was a post doc and so forth and to the extent that physicists worship each other wheeler worship bore and so really was stuck doc in the position where his mentor was the boss of the copenhagen interpretation his student had just invented its primary competitor so wheeler tried really hard to pretend that these two theories were not in conflict with each other in the problem was that was obviously false. They are very much in conflict and ever understood that perfectly you read what he wrote and it's perfectly clear he was a genius knew exactly what he was talking about. He were alive today he would walk right into conversations about foundations of quantum mechanics and fit right in and so he we saw that his theory was a competitor to bore. He saw all the problems with the copenhagen interpretation. He laid them out ever left the field in nineteen fifty seven when he got his p._h._d. H._t. thesis published and then as late as the late seventies wheeler was still trying to get back into academic physics. He died young right. He died young as early fifties fifties. He was a smoker and a drinker an eater his son mark has become a famous musician. He is the band called ills right. I do that yeah and <hes> <hes> wrote a book. You know a little bit of autobiography. Memoirs and mark everett explained that he was very angry with his father when he died because he clearly didn't take care of himself um but then he said you know since then. I realized a lot of people die for bad reasons. My father lived the way he wanted to and had a good time and there's a lot worse ways to go than that but that contribution bution you still call yourselves ever redden's yeah. It's clear who did the work. How many of you are there. I honestly don't know the theory was completely. Ignored for are a number of years. After everett proposed it it was eventually bryce dewitt who is a physicist at the university of texas who in the early nineteen seventies he began to publicize it. He's the one who gave it the many worlds interpretation label but it never became very very popular and then partly because of improvements in technology now that we have the ability to isolate individual quantum systems and ask what they do to each other not simply measure them but manipulate them without measuring them without having them deco hearing they need understand the foundations of quantum mechanics better so in the physics community as a whole. There's been a softening of their stance that studying the foundations of quantum mechanics is a bad idea and so all of the interpretations quantum mechanics are getting more attention now than they ever did including everett and roughly how many are taken seriously. Are there four four or five rivals. Are there fifteen or sixteen you know i was on a panel at the world science festival a few years ago. Brian greene was the moderator and there were four other people and i was one of them and we each held up the flag for an approach to interpreting quantum mechanics. You each had two different interprete. I was many worlds. Shelly goldstein was was hidden variables. David albert was dynamical collapse. Ruediger shaq was cubism. Now is that by prearrangement that was the theme of the panel god's right yeah and i think that that that's fair. I think those four approaches are the most popular okay. I'd like to talk about the self in many worlds because that's one of the most intriguing rigging things that pops out of it the notion that there are octogenarians of me quote unquote out there it is the right thing to think about because it is where for many worlds radically deviates from our previous experience with physics right if you believe whatever it says then when i measured it's been electron goes from being one copy meeting two copies to me and it's natural myself to question before i do that measurement which one will i end up being the one who measured the spin up or the one who measured the spin down down there will be two of you except with a little footnote they won't be of you in exactly the same sense. They are two versions of your future self but they're they're separate. People in everett introduced this analogy. It's like an amoeba. The that's a really good analogy right yeah there's enemy and it splits into then there's two amigas abbas and for the original meal say which one of my going to be. You're going to be both of them. There are separate beings that came from the same original being and they also have memories and memories memories of being the original me about us and then thousands of generations of amoeba could all have equal claim to saying on the original. What does it mean to have a relationship between you now and you five minutes ago or five years ago because in some sense you now is not the same you as five years ago we were slightly different person but in in every day life we have no trouble relating ourselves but if you sit down and carefully ask a what is that relationship between you now and you five years ago you might say okay well like you said continuity of memories continuity of some physical aspects. There's a pattern that is maintained over time so it's not that there's any problem the issue of personal identity many worlds. It's just different than what it would be in a single world theory so let's say that i'm in the lab and now i have a choice to make. I'm going to observe the spin been upper spin down and know that is a direct consequence of that. There are going to be twice as many me's a huge number but there's gonna be twice as many me's going forward and let's say okay do that and then there's the up me and the downy that is such a trivial experience and that's such a trivial factor in the way the universe is going to unfold whether every that electron spin up or down it would seem logical that those two rob's would go on to live almost identical lives yeah yeah unless they thought ahead of time spent his up. I'm going to ask her to marry me and it's been down. I'm going to go and be single and then went ahead and did that. That's right which brings us the app can. Can we say the universe right now we can. Let's split the universe and i explain what the app is yeah. This is some folks who actually worked for walt disney in their spare time they made a little app which which splits the function of the universe so as we know splitting the wave function the inverse happens all the time because the radio activity or whatever but you can do it intentionally one good way of doing it intentionally sending a photon on into what's called a beam splitter. A beam splitter is basically piece of glass which is sort of halfway mirror half reflective. Yes so there's a fifty percent chance the photon. John bounces to left fifty percent chance it just goes right on through since this is a quantum observation by operating the app as we're about to do you cause a photon on that would not otherwise have been been split to beam split exactly right they found online a lab that it hooked up a beam splitter to the internet.
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"We're live and local and we break news. And like I said, the president of the United States is in Iraq. Which is historic and he should get full. Congratulations for that. At least from this fair minded, civil rights attorney. Jerry Brown is going to be leaving office. Very soon. And Jerry Brown. Has order a DNA tests. In the Kevin Cooper case. Now, you may not remember this case, but this case took place, a quadruple murder case and Jerry Brown has ordered DNA testing because there has been allegation that Kevin Cooper was wrongfully convicted of murder. Based on forensic evidence. But newly discovered DNA evidence may prove otherwise, and we have David Albert who's a R KBC news correspondent we have do. We have them on. Okay. I think we just lost. And we'll let me lay out the table for you on this. Kevin Cooper was accused in one thousand nine hundred eighty three a murdering. Doug and Peggy Ryan their ten year old daughter and their eleven year old neighbor. He has been scheduled to be executed, but that execution has been put on a St.. There is evidence allegedly from his attorney, but he has been wrongfully incarcerated for the last thirty five years. Jerry Brown has ordered DNA testing to determine whether or not. The evidence against him with fabricated or proves that it was somebody else. Who was responsible for these horrific murders? Now, here's the problem was scheduled the execute in two thousand and three but the federal court placed a stay on that until further testing. Kevin Cooper has tremendous support of celebrities like Kim Kardashian west like Kamala Harris, and apparently as Jerry Brown is leaving the governorship. Jerry Brown is taking the position. Let's give this guy. One more chance to prove whether or not he's guilty. Let's look at the evidence that DNA evidence. And let me tell you this folks, you all know that DNA evidence has exonerated numerous people waffly accused I have been on this program numerous times talking about forensic evidence DNA evidence that exonerated people convicted of crimes, and it pointed the finger at other individuals, and even sometimes police officers who have fabricated the evidence we have Dave Albert on now. And let's put them on halio. Are you doing they? How are you? I know this is one of your favorite topics. Yeah. Dave want to set the table for the KABC listeners as to the case involving Kevin Cooper, and what Jerry Brown has ordered to be done. Right. This came down actually on Monday amid a record number of pardons being issued to convicted felons one hundred forty three pardons one hundred thirty one commutations, and as one of his last axes governor Jerry Brown ordered new testing of evidence in his nineteen eighty three quadruple murder for which Kevin Cooper and others have maintained that they were framed Cooper convicted of killing Doug and Peggy Ryan their daughter, Jessica and eleven year old Chris Hughes, and this case is particularly important because it's it's a. A capital case penalty good be imposed. But the, you know as well as I do that. There hasn't bene- case of that since two thousand six they haven't executed anyone here since two thousand six I agree. What's motivating from your perspective? Dave. The governor or this testing is it is it celebrity pressure. I understand that. Apparently there are some well known individuals Kamala Harris, Kim Kardashian west who have rallied behind Cooper claiming that he is innocent. Right. I'm sure that has something to do with it. The prosecutors say the Cooper's claims of innocence have been disproven multiple times, including by DNA testing, but Cooper and his lawyer insists that the evidence was planted and there have been columns in the New York Times written about this. The it has received a lot of publicity. I'd almost forgotten all about the case to tell you the truth. The new testing will be on. I think it's a T shirt. This is a t shirt can t shirt and orange towel found near the scene. And an axe handle and a sheath, and my understanding is that there is DNA testing. That will Cooper's attorneys are alleging that the DNA DNA evidence on the towel was actually planted there. And that would indicate that it was the shirt was actually worn by another person other than Cooper, which is very sophisticated testing. Sounds like it to me. They they say the purpose of the new testing would be to determine whether DNA of any other identifiable suspect. Is exists. If the no new DNA is revealed or something that can't be traced to an identifiable person Brown said that the matter should be closed, but. They they should take this extra step at this point. They adore two. Previous tests that showed Cooper was the killer. I mean, it's amazing. He has besides the federal stay on his execution. He's been denied clemency by Schwartz Nager as you correctly stated the DNA testing has proven has not exonerated him in the past. It seemed like this gentleman has got numerous opportunities. I I'm all for the opportunity to make sure we don't convict execute a wrong person. This advanced testy is either do or die in this situation. Because I think this will be his last opportunity absolutely there. I don't think there's a dispute over whether the there is about the blood was found on the shirt, and and maybe even Cooper's blood, but they're they're apparently the theory must be that that maybe somebody else's blood is also on it. Yeah. That would create that there may have been somebody else involved or actually involve it's a lot less reasonable doubt could create reasonable doubt right now all indicators point to Kevin Cooper. And no one else. This would raise doubt. It's amazing that after so long. That I it was nineteen eighty three eighty three. Wow. What went well was in office. The first time what your office the first time was nineteen eighty three. And now this is one of his last as governor this time around. Well, we will see you know, he's ordering this test to see what happens the other item. Evolve. Governor Brown is that there is a obviously a watch to see if he's going to grant clemency for all death row inmates. No one knows. But that's what people are also speculated be size. There's grantee of DNA tests for Kevin Cooper, Dave, Albert. I wanna thank you very much for joining us on talk radio seven ninety KABC have happy holidays and a happy new year. Thank you, sir. You as well. Thank you. That's Dave Albert our KABC reporter. And this is very interesting again Cooper's blood was found at the scene and yet. Governor Brown is ordering testing. I have no problem with that. I think it's a great idea. The question here is does it create a tribal issue? A fact or is it just simply another delay in the process. This man was convicted committed the murders in Eighty-three been basically on death row since nineteen eighty five. So it's very interesting, and we will pursue and follow this case as it goes on because the test he has been ordered. Let me switch gears to the breaking story before we go to a story about the city of Inglewood people in the city of Inglewood start calling talk radio seven ninety KABC. We're going to have a fight in few minutes. There is a breaking news story right now. The president of the United States. Made an unannounced trip to Iraq. That is very significant that is shocking. I was watching the news this morning. And I thought President Trump was in the White House. President Trump took some heat because he said he was lonely in the White House and his wife Malania flew back from Florida to the White House. That was the setup. That was a setup you remember? He took a lot of heat because he said, I'm lonely in the White House. I I would like to be lonely in the White House. I like to live in the White House and be lonely. So when President Trump announced he was lonely in the White House. He was a firestorm of criticism and Malania flew back while he played a trick on it because this morning. The president was in the White House. And President Trump and Milania flew overseas. Visit visited the troops. We have over two hundred thousand troops stationed everywhere throughout the world. And I can't I want to be very honest. That's why I call myself a fair minded, civil rights attorney. I was on KABC radio on thanksgiving. And I was hammering the president for not visiting the troops. You might recall. He had he had these phones, and he was talking to the troops, by way of the telephone. And we you might recall when George W made a surprise visit to Iraq in two thousand three when Obama was serving food and taking photographs and our President Trump. He was making phone calls in his luscious. It has fabulous hotel playing golf and he had that impromptu press conference for thirty five minutes rambled and rambling ramble. And I said on the on KABC radio. Call the station. Get the tape. I said President Trump. Let me give you some good advice for twenty twenty. Make sure you visit those troops. Because you talk a good game about supporting the military as it. Make sure you visit the truth. During the holiday season. Well, apparently, Donald Trump was listening KABC radio because he is in Iraq as we speak. And let me be the first one who criticize him. On thanksgiving to be the first one to say, hey, smart move. Mr president. You talk a good game about supporting the military now you acted upon it. Because those those those those troops need to see their president their commander in chief. They need you right there to take southeast take photos, shake hands. Because if you got your back you gotta show them if they're in the military combat zone. Trust me. You had to go there to show that you support them. And if you're a democrat or Republican. You gotta support the president on this move. Because this is where. You know, politics is set aside, the president made a strategic move to go to Iraq. And the shake hands with the troops. And I applaud him for that. And you know, you could be a critic of the president. But every commander in chief has an obligation to visit the troops overseas. They can't stay in the warm and comfortable. Trappings of the White House or a fancy hotel in Florida. Or on a golf course every president has affirmative obligation to support the truth. We have two hundred thousand troops throughout the world in Germany in South Korea in Iraq in Afghanistan in Syria. In somalia. So there's an obligation to visit the troops. And the president did the right thing. There are going to be some new laws in place starting in about oh seven days. Some new laws and the fair minded civil rights. Attorney Lille trail is very upset with the city of Inglewood the fair minded civil rights. Attorney is very upset with the mayor of the city of Inglewood and the city council, and let me tell you a secret, they're all minorities. Yeah. City council of Inglewood, and the mayor there minorities. Well, what does that have to do with anything wheel? I'm gonna tell you a few minutes. We're gonna take a break when a comeback. I'm a lay out all the facts. And if you.
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"Jose oakland a cumulus station now on amazon's alexa open their caregivers home shooting precedent on the campaign trail i'm christopher cruise flags or at half in california today honoring the victims of yesterday shooting at a veteran's home about fifty miles north of san francisco the killer was a former pay should he been treated for ptsd but had been kicked out of their homes program police say 36yearold albert wong a decorated veteran of the war in afghanistan then killed himself correspondent david albert four bodies were found after a daylong standoff at the largest veterans allman the country is the tragic piece of news one that we were really hoping we wouldn't have to them before the public to give california highway patrol assistant chief chris child president trump will be in western pennsylvania later today to campaign for a republican congressional candidate who was at a surprisingly tight race trump won the state's 18th congressional district by a wide margin in the 2016 presidential election but rick kony's struggling against his democratic opponent but national rifle association sued the state of florida in federal court yesterday shortly after florida governor rick scott signed a bipartisan bill banning gun sales to anyone under the age of twenty one corresponded athena jones reports scott signed the bill even though he doesn't support a revision that allows teachers to be armed that reveals onto arms look has by far the less controversial and this fell one the governor has consistently oppose he argues teachers should teach about two hundred thousand customers still without power in the northeast this morning days after a nor'easter swept through the region workers from as far away used in the eta had been helping local crews repair damaged lines and reset utility poles most people should have power back by two days a reason to celebrate and that's what are we going to do today going to celebrate hot meal shower makes all the difference in the world and eat daylight saving time begins early sunday morning remember spring forward i'm christopher cruise under law let's.
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"For the victims of yesterday shooting at a veteran chogm north of san francisco correspondent david albert says the killer was a former patient who's been treated for ptsd but had been kicked out of the program four bodies were found after a daylong standoff at the largest veterans allman that contrary tragic piece of news one that we were really hoping we wouldn't have to them before the public to give california highway patrol assistant chief chris china national rifle association has sued the state of california in federal court it happened yesterday shortly after florida governor rick scott signed a bipartisan bill banning gun sales to anyone under the age of twenty one the nra says the law violates the constitution and president trump will be in western pennsylvania later today the campaigned for a a republican congressional candidate who isn't a surprisingly tight race trump won the state's 18th congressional district by a wide margin in the 2016 presidential election i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters lloyd blank find said a report of his exit from goldman sachs is premature the goldman chief executive officer pushed back friday against the wall street journal article that said he plans to step down as soon as the end of the year deutsche bank management waived its bonuses for a third consecutive year well it did boost payouts for bankers and traders despite reporting a loss for 2017 adroit shebang spokesperson confirmed the twelve board won't get extra compensation for last year wall street journal citing people familiar with the matter reports intel is considering a bid for abroad com as part of a range of acquisition alternatives this in reaction to broad coms bid for us rival qualcomm the number of.
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"The year for movie goes wbz's kim tunnicliff we'll have a report from us movie theater in braintree police say a man who struck and killed a california highway patrol officer was driving impaired it happened late last night with the officer and his partner were parked along the shoulder the highway just outside of san francisco here's california highway patrol assistant chief ernie sanchez this person a 22yearold from hayward chose to drive wallet while under the influence of alcohol and also drugs the officer leaves behind three children that last the largest wildfire in california history mostly under control we get the story from abc's david albert that thomas fire is now eighty six percent contained it's been three weeks since the fire started it became the largest wildfire in california history on friday burning nearly two hundred eight two thousand acres and destroying over a thousand structures more than fifteen hundred firefighters are spending christmas day still battling the blaze that numbers down for more than eighty five hundred a week ago dave alpert los angeles iran upholding the death sentence for an academic charged with spying for israel but guards bonded larry miller tells us the conviction is disputed iran's supreme court confirmed the death penalty on the swedenbased academic convicted of helping israeli intelligence assassinate several nuclear scientists amnesty international says ahmed residual ali was arrested last year on a business trip to tehran and tortured his wife claims he's innocent and was forced to read a prepared confession on tv on look clean qualify them money must weeding condemns the sentence 75 nobel laureates petitioned iran to spare jalali but iran's supreme court rules he must die larry miller cbs news.
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"Thousands of residents are still without power on christmas day but there was some good cheer as a man dressed as santa passed out presents to many children last night giving some temporary relief to the 35 percent of the island still in the dark the largest wildfire in california history is mostly under control as we hear from abc's david albert the thomas fire is now eighty six percent contained it's been three weeks since the fire started it became the largest wildfire in california history on friday burning nearly two hundred eighty two thousand acres and destroying over a thousand structures more than fifteen hundred firefighters were spending christmas day still battling the blaze that numbers down for more than eighty five hundred a week ago dave alpert los angeles recreational marijuana will become completely legal in california on january first by correspondence but but we're being uh but it's too but abc reports there will be no legal pot party in los angeles on new year's day will cover that later this afternoon were hoping your kids didn't find a certain kind of makeup kit under the tree aldrin's retailer clair's has pulled more than a dozen types of makeup kits from its shelves after some tested positive for a special status while it is not a mandatory recall clear says tweeted that it is removing the product is a precautionary measure back in july another youth retailer justice for girls pulled products after reports that some tested positive respects this exposure to asbestos has been linked to mess with the obama which is fatal ryan burrow abc news wbz news time eleven twenty philippine firefighters have found all thirty seven bodies of employees of a usbased company who were trapped in a fire that gutted a shopping mall in southern davao city firefighters initially found one body at.
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"david albert" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Bucket bluntly wsb cam ended the railroad bennett with those group rebelled parkway to able to go up by order of or prejudice that ada bennett delay there and a lot of what will let god 85 or highway what what what thirty of the capital great jefferson david albert gore if you're you're traffic that are digging seventy five northbound slowing at the river good forty minutes to get up the chastain wrote five seventy five lookout for crash new barrels ferrying in the left lane slowing you down southbound delays from canada road down to the south loop jackie lee house four hundred look for agreed sluggish and glenn reached in northridge also big slow zone they are four hundred northbound north of highway twenty two three sixty nine brown's bridge triple team traffic wsb while we ought to call it will theme the triple team traffic because we're in the fate of of a break housing with cameras everywhere i'm seeing it on the wsb jam cam faleigh the far right lane is off and on the road mansell's us that a crash on seventy five north of for holding team traffic is on ninety five is the of seven fifty s the ten done it good morning sir you okay you sound a little sluggish today rural on her stroup oh well you know sir public is having a sale on a lotta great breakfast items right now yeah i got some great items for the kids and some quick and easy options for my wife to grab on the way to work since she so busy are paul and if you hurry you'll be back before your next meeting poor.