My propoposal, “Quantum Theory Is Not As Strange As We Think (or is classical physics stranger than we think?)”, has been accepted by the organisers of the annual conference of the German Physics Society. I am proud of that!
I argue that many of the concepts that make quantum theory so hard to swallow (entanglement, tunneling, and yes, even quantisation) can be understood from the perspective of Newton’s (17th century) physics.
Read the abstract of my presentation here
What are atoms other than quanta of matter?