Trust, perspective, and subjectivity from Schrödinger’s experiment

No one knows the whole story, probably

There have been so many narratives of Schrödinger’s experiment, which I’ve learned about, but that doesn’t mean I know what really happened. We often think we know enough and that our biases aren’t affecting our perception, but that can’t be farther from the truth.
Another illustration from @visualizevalue helps explain that well too

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Ahmed Arigbabu

Ahmed Arigbabu

Developer and user experience designer with a keen interest in cognitive and behavioral sciences, philosophy, and how things work. https://www.wonu.design