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Everett’s Many Worlds theory conference in Canada

Everett’s Many Worlds theory conference in Canada The international conference for leading scientists entitled Many Worlds at 50 will take place from September 21 to 24, 2007, at Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, to mark the 50th Anniversary of Everett’s paper proposing an interpretation of the universal quantum wave function.

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (PI) is pleased to offer this high-level event to your constituents.

Everett Many Worlds theory conference

Historical note:
Hugh Everett III
(November 11, 1930 – July 19, 1982) was an American physicist who first proposed the many-worlds interpretation (MWI) of quantum physics, which he called his "relative state" formulation. Now it is frequently referred to as "Many Worlds Theory". He left physics after completing his Ph. D., discouraged at the lack of response to his theories from other physicists. He developed the use of generalized lagrange multipliers in operations research and applied this commercially as a defense analyst and a consultant, becoming a multi-millionaire. He was married to Nancy Everett née Gore, with two children, Mark Oliver Everett and Elizabeth Everett.

Everett’s Many Worlds theory conference in Canada

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