The Schrödinger Brat Paradox

  • Carl (Carlton) Frederick
Part of the Science and Fiction book series (SCIFICT)


Why, Roger wondered yet again, did a psychiatrist want him, a quantum physicist, to observe her patient. His curiosity, even stronger than his aversion to hospitals, had drawn him here to Mass. General to find out. And, in any case, I can use a break from working on my theory.


Black Hair Floor Tile Snow Storm Dissociative Identity Disorder Dissociative Disorder 
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  • Carl (Carlton) Frederick
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  1. 1.New YorkUSA

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