Monthly Archives: June 2015

Exactly which reality doesn’t exist until we look at it?

I just have to comment on a recent article in the Independent entitled, ‘Reality doesn’t exist until you look at it, pioneering quantum physics experiment finds’ ,( Firstly what terrible English, but much more importantly this is a prime example of the media’s unbalanced and ill-informed presentation of what physics is really about. I […]

Something to Worry About

It’s a bit ironic that I study complexity science and suffer personally from the butterfly effect. You know this is where a butterfly flapping its wings in Neasden can cause a tornado in New York; well for me it means that any small thought or interruption sends me flying off in a completely different direction […]