What Is The Quantum Observer Effect?

In physics, the observer effect is the theory that the mere observation of a phenomenon inevitably changes that phenomenon. When this “observer effect” was first noticed by the early pioneers of quantum theory, they were deeply troubled.

The observer effect in quantum mechanics indicates that the quantum wavefunction collapses when an observation is made by an observer. An exceptionally unique version of the observer effect occurs in quantum mechanics, as best illustrated by the double-slit experiment.

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