The Copenhagen Interpretation

While I was in Copenhagen I learned that Hans Oersted was Danish, and he has a whole park named after him that I visited. I couldn’t remember exactly or figure out his right-hand rule on the spot, even though his statue had his fingers pointing the way.  He was later followed by Nils Bohr as a Danish giant of physics. I didn’t stumble across any homage to him. But I am looking forward to re-visiting this magnificent city. The Copenhagen Interpretation is attributed to Bohr as the prevailing philosophy of quantum mechanics.

You could say I am keen to explore the Copenhagen Interpretation of Life:)

Here is further good news:

http://www.mg.co.za/articlepage.aspx?area=/breaking_news/breaking_news__international_news/&articleid=309947

Global Peace Index, published a week before a Group of Eight summit in Germany, rates 121 countries from Algeria to Zimbabwe on 24 factors including levels of violence, organised crime and military expenditure

Top 10 (most peaceful)
1. Norway
2. New Zealand
3. Denmark
4. Ireland
5. Japan
6. Finland
7. Sweden
8. Canada
9. Portugal
10. Austria 

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