The Vienna Experiments

A chapter from Steve Faulkner's book:

The Underlying Machinery of Quantum Indeterminacy

Knowing precisely what drives necessity for the imaginary unit's presence in Quantum Theory resolves the question of quantum indeterminacy.

This chapter describes the Vienna Experiments, sets out the reasoning used, and then locates the point where logical independence enters the mathematics. It also explains the loss of information during collapse

Empirical evidence from quantum measurement experiments 'Logical Independence and Quantum Randomness', performed by Tomasz Paterek et al, demonstrating quantum randomness in outcomes, only if the density matrix conveys logically independent information.