Physics may seem focused on the objective determination of facts. Yet the field has just as many—perhaps more—struggles with the notion of truth as any other discipline.
Quantum mechanics, for instance, suggests that particles have no definite reality—by most interpretations, their properties are undecided until measured.
Lately scientists are interested in how the uncertainties of physics affect one of the largest uncertainties of science—the question of how consciousness operates.

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