A Quantum Handshake with John G. Cramer
01-13-16 A Quantum Handshake with John G. Cramer
Cynthia Sue Larson talks with John Cramer about his new book, “The Quantum Handshake,” presenting his transactional interpretation model involving a quantum “handshake” through time. John explains how his transactional interpretation clarifies otherwise baffling experimental scientific results, and presents new ways of better understanding quantum theory, shedding new light on the mysteries of entanglement, non-locality, and wave collapse.
John G. Cramer is a Professor Emeritus, Physics, at the University of Washington in Seattle, who served as Director of the University of Washington Nuclear Physics Laboratory. John is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and of the American Physical Society (APS), was Chair of the APS/DNP Nuclear Science Resources Committee, and served on the APS Panel on Public Affairs. He presently serves on the External Council of the NIAC innovative-projects program of NASA. https://faculty.washington.edu/jcramer/