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In a typical science experiment, including our cat experiment, a large-scale measuring device interacts with a wave/particle as part of the quantum event that is being observed, and this physical interaction produces the data (such as a meter reading or photograph) that we observe. Are there any significant religious implications for Judeo-Christian Theism? Without answers for such simple matters as an energy constant or rest mass for light, the Bohr-Heisenberg school eventually prevailed.

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