The delayed-choice quantum eraser is finally debunked

Aractus 04, November, 2021

By Sabine Hossenfelder: Wait. Didn’t I say this a decade ago? Yes indeed I did, and admittedly I did get some things with my old analysis wrong, but I was 2/3rds of the way there which is a LOT closer than people who were saying “oh yes this experiment proves entanglement has effects going backwards […]

Sci-Hub – ethics

Aractus 19, November, 2020

I thought I might address why Sci-Hub exists, what it is, what it pretends to be, what it isn’t, and finally discuss the real ethical dilemmas with use of it. Academic opinion about it is sharply divided – and it should be sharply divided. On the surface it masquerades as a piracy tool, but as […]

Atheist bible studies

Aractus 30, June, 2018

Welcome to my brand new academic blog series. I call it my Atheist Bible Studies. This will be the introductory post, and for this series I will choose topics that Evangelical Christians will find challenging, but which everyone else (atheist, liberal Christian, or other theist) probably won’t. I should note that I’m not an anti-theist, […]