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Quantum Darwinism, Classical Reality, and the randomness of quantum jumps. This is a direct consequence of the necessity of accounting for the functions of themeasuring apparatus in purely classical terms, excluding in principle anyregard to the quantum of action. There exist external observers which cannot be treated within quantum mechanics, namely human and perhaps animal minds, which perform measurements on the brain causing wave function collapse. Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and Applications. They also mention that "Popular accounts havesometimes suggested that the Copenhagen interpretation attributes such a roleto consciousness. Dieter Zeh, , Foundation of Physics, vol. The flash memory inside our USB sticks, cellphones, and other gadgets uses tunneling to inject electrons across oxide barriers into charge-trapping regions. Studies in History and Philosophy ofScience Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 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