A participatory view of science resolves quantum paradoxes and finds room in classical physics for 'the Now', says N. David Mermin.
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Mermin, N. Physics: QBism puts the scientist back into science. Nature 507, 421–423 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/507421a
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