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The universe is not weird, it is what it is. Our model of the universe is weird. :-)
While I'm unlikely to understand it very deeply, it still chafes that Nature wants $32 for a few pages of article :(
+Kevin Bourrillion exactly. The trouble is that we kind of forget that and when we are faced with something weird or para-normal we simply disregard it as nonsense. If it's not on our map then it cannot be right. Reevaluating the map is the hardest thing ever. We are lost in our own map.
I think this reinforces a model of physics that I find very elegant. The idea that probability waves travel back and forward in time simultaneously. For those that care it's the Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Physics (TIQM).
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