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What is the measurement problem in physics?


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The measurement problem of physics is related to the mass of the universe.

Clearly this is a very difficult calculation to perform and the implications are even more difficult, as they appear to make us posit new entities and particles of a type quite different to ordinary matter.

This is because the mass of the universe seems to be greatly more than that of the mass of ordinary matter in the universe.

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