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0. About this FAQ

Last modified July 2, 2003 (section 1 moved to section 0, new section 1 written, and reference with links added to setion 10)

The general sci.physics FAQ does a good job of dealing with technical questions in most areas of physics. However it has no material on interpretations of QM which are among the most frequently discussed topics in sci.physics. Hence there is a need for this supplemental FAQ.

This FAQ is on the web at: http://www.mtnmath.com/faq/meas-qm.html

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