Pulp Fiction

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Like the magazines of old that brought the works of authors from Charles Dickens to Dashiell Hammett Nature magazine has started running a ten-part murder mystrey called Schrödinger’s mousetrap. The story takes its name from the Austrian scientist and philanderer Erwin Schrödinger and his thought experiment Schrödinger’s Cat, which was designed to show how incomplete the model of quantum mechanics then was.