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  Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
The Copenhagen interpretation was the first general attempt to understand the world of atoms as this is represented by quantum mechanics.
Today the Copenhagen interpretation is mostly regarded as synonymous with indeterminism, Bohr's correspondence principle, Born's statistical interpretation of the wave function, and Bohr's complementarity interpretation of certain atomic phenomena.
The Copenhagen interpretation is first and foremost a semantic and epistemological reading of quantum mechanics that carries certain ontological implications.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/qm-copenhagen   (4422 words)

  Copenhagen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Copenhagen is the seat of the national parliament, the government, and the monarchy.
Copenhagen is one of three Danish municipalities that are not part of any county (i.e., county functions are performed by the municipality), the others being the city of Frederiksberg (an enclave within Copenhagen itself) and the island of Bornholm.
Copenhagen faces to the east the Øresund, the strait of water that separates Denmark from Sweden, and that connects the North Sea with the Baltic Sea.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Copenhagen   (2169 words)

 Copenhagen - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a Denmark's chief commercial, industrial, and cultural centre and an important commercial, fishing, and naval port.
Copenhagen was a trading and fishing centre by the early 11th century.
It was fortified in 1167 by Archbishop Absalon, and was chartered in 1254 by the bishop of Roskilde.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Copenhagen   (709 words)

 Wonderful Copenhagen
Copenhagen is just the right size -you can get from one end of the city to the other in an afternoon and there is a lot to see and do.
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is a major seaport and commercial center.
Copenhagen is partly encircled by gardens and boulevards constructed in 1863 when the city's ancient fortifications were dismantled.
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 94 hotels in Copenhagen. Compare & book Copenhagen hotel with Europe-Cities.com
Comfort Hotel Mayfair is centrally located in the prestigious area of Copenhagen, with Tivoli, the Central Railway Station and the city hall close by.
Use the features of our Copenhagen hotel internet reservations system to book your hotel in Copenhagen and prepare timetable of sightseeing and partying.
Copenhagen, Denmark - having been Denmark's capital for over 600 years now, Copenhagen has a lot to offer for virtually everyone.
www.europe-cities.com /hotels-copenhagen.aspx   (480 words)

 Copenhagen - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Copenhagen was constructed on a cluster of artificial islands in the Baltic Sea after the city that used to be there, Tivoli was completely destroyed by Allied bombardments during WW2.
The people of Copenhagen all have luxurious hair growing from between their teeth, and on special occasions eat the traditional roasted baby at traditional Viking get-togethers.
Various Copenhagen mayors (most prominently Danny Kaye) have tried suing the crap out of them for "sullying the name of a beautiful city with superstitious subjectivist nonsense", but these lawsuits have so far been unsuccessful, primarily because the Copenhagen Interpretation was founded in the 1920s when nobody was looking, decades before the city itself.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Copenhagen   (408 words)

 DIS - Copenhagen & Europe: Discover Copenhagen   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Copenhagen is an excellent base from which to travel to other parts of Europe.
Copenhagen airport is the biggest in Scandinavia, with hundreds of daily departures, and trains, buses and ferries will take you to many European destinations.
Copenhagen may seem a little off the beaten path, but DIS leaves you with an experience that will keep you asking for more.
www.dis.dk /Copenhagen/index.php   (818 words)

 Copenhagen Consensus 2004 – addresses 10 major challenges in the world. - Home
For updates on the Copenhagen Consensus process and development please go to the main page of Copenhagen Consensus Center.
We are proud that the goal of Copenhagen Consensus has been achieved: a prioritized list of solutions to the world's great challenges.
The Environmental Assessment Institute is grateful for the generous sponsors of Copenhagen Consensus: The Tuborg Foundation and the Carlsberg Bequest to the Memory of Brewer IC Jacobsen, the Ministry of the Environment, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation, the Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, and The Economist.
www.copenhagenconsensus.com /Default.aspx?ID=158   (294 words)

 Copenhagen travel guide - Wikitravel
Copenhagen (Danish: København; [1]) is the capital of Denmark, on the island of Zealand.
Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport (CPH) is the main hub of Scandinavia's largest carrier SAS Scandinavian and regularly wins favorable comments from passengers for both design and function — this is a much more pleasant place to transit than, say, London Heathrow or Frankfurt.
The museum is a 35 minutes train ride from Copenhagen near Humlebæk and houses one of Europes finest collections of modern art.
wikitravel.org /en/Copenhagen   (3006 words)

 Tourist Copenhagen - Official tourist-site about CopenhagenTourist Copenhagen - Official tourist-site about ...
Copenhagen continues as the number one food-lover's destination in Scandinavia.
Copenhagen has won the gold 'World Medal 2007' for the tourist film 'Copenhagen Kicking' at the New York Festivals Awards.
Listen, savour and experience The Avenue Feeling at the Avenue Hotel in Copenhagen as it presents a completely new concept that blends the tones of classical music, served by a DJ, together with a well-orchestrated brunch.
www.visitcopenhagen.com /press   (486 words)

 Denmark / What to See
Copenhagen is the modern metropolis that never forgot its history.
Copenhagen is not a city to rush through.
A number of rooms with the original interiors of private chambers and a fine display of precious objects belonging to the Royal Family are open to the public.
www.geographia.com /denmark/whattosee.html   (732 words)

 Copenhagen, Skoal, Red Seal, Husky - moist smokeless tobaccos
Copenhagen, born in 1822, was the first-ever brand of moist smokeless tobacco on the market, and today remains the most authentic and best-selling product in the category, with retail sales exceeding $1 billion.
Copenhagen's authentic natural tobacco flavor is available in original fine cut and long cut.
Copenhagen Pouches, launched in 2002, offer rich, premium-quality tobacco in moist pouches that are three times the size of the leading pouch product, enabling adult consumers to enjoy authentic Copenhagen in a way that is neat, convenient and satisfying.
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 Cruise to Europe - Copenhagen
In a country rich in Viking history, grand castles and lush green countryside, Copenhagen is a charming city of 17th- and 18th-century buildings, beautiful parks and gardens, pretty promenades along canals, and ancient winding streets made for walking and biking.
What's particularly exciting this year is that Copenhagen is marking the 200th anniversary of the birth of Hans Christian Andersen, the legendary and magical writer of such fairy tales as "The Little Mermaid" and "The Princess and The Pea".
Copenhagen has 1,300 free "City Bikes" that anyone can use within central Copenhagen between May 1 and December 15 by inserting a 20 DKK coin (get it back when you return it to any one of 125 City Bike Parking places) into the bike's locking mechanism.
www.cruisecritic.com /ports/newport.cfm?ID=75   (3655 words)

 Technorati Tag: copenhagen   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Copenhagen Our huge stock insures a quick delivery to you.
I’m at reboot8 – which is great – in copenhagen, which looks something like that right now: Looking east from here.
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 Copenhagen Consensus Center - CCC Home Page
With the process of prioritization, the center aims to establish a framework in which solutions to problems are prioritized according to efficiency based upon economic and scientific analysis of distinct subjects.
The Copenhagen Consensus Center is headed by Bjørn Lomborg.
Copenhagen Consensus for Latin America and the Caribbean "Consulta de San José 2007" took place in San José, Costa Rica 22-25 October 2007, in cooperation with the Inter-American Development Bank Read More
www.copenhagenconsensus.com   (203 words)

 Copenhagen Consensus Center - CCC Home Page
If 24 United Nations ambassadors and other senior diplomats from countries representing 54 percent of the world's population had their way, top priority for addressing major world challenges would be given to communicable diseases, sanitation and water, malnutrition, and education.
This was the outcome of the Copenhagen Consensus Conference in New York 27th and 28th of October, 2006.
The Copenhagen Consensus process aims to establish a framework in which solutions to problems are prioritized based upon the best information possible.
www.copenhagenconsensus.com /Default.aspx?ID=675   (335 words)

 Visiting Copenhagen - AOK
Distortion, Copenhagen's mobile nightlife festival, is taking place in 2006 for the 8th time, with a series of 31 parties with a cultural edge over 5 days.
Walk around in Copenhagen and experience the old town with a tour guide by your side.
Feel the sweep of history when you walk through 800 years of Copenhagen life and experience the hidden quarters and narrow alleyways of medieval Copenhagen.
www3.aok.dk /Copenhagen/Visiting_Copenhagen   (381 words)

 University of Copenhagen
University of Copenhagen is the largest institution of research and education in Denmark with about 35.000 students and 7000 employees.
In the 2007 Times Higher Education Supplement ranking, the University of COpenhagen ranks 2 in the North...
University of Copenhagen gives special grants to outstanding researchers through the Programme of Excellence...
www.ku.dk /english   (69 words)

 Copenhagen Travel Information | Lonely Planet Destination Guide
Copenhagen has been Denmark's capital for 600 years.
Copenhagen also has a healthy peppering of festivals throughout the year so you'll always find something to inspire you: most fitting is the the city's Aalborg Carnival (late May), which celebrates the victory of spring over winter.
Bluelist it › If you want your list to be considered for the Copenhagen book, use the keyword 'highlight'.
www.lonelyplanet.com /worldguide/destinations/europe/denmark/copenhagen   (345 words)

 Copenhagen travel guide
In 1167 Copenhagen was a tiny village called “Havn” which king Valdemar I gave to his trustee, the bishop of Absalon of Roskilde.
Since then it gradually grew to be the first city of Denmark, in part because the harbour of Roskilde became inaccessible to the larger trading ships.
In 1417 Copenhagen became the capital of Denmark.
www.world66.com /europe/denmark/copenhagen   (205 words)

 Hotels in Copenhagen Denmark. Instant - simple - fast & secure Danish hotel booking and reservation with instant email ...
We are situated in the heart of Copenhagen, 100 meters from the Central Station.
The Mermaid Hotel is situated in the heart of the city of Copenhagen and adjacent to the Town Hall Square.
A visit to the Tivoli Gardens is a must when in Copenhagen 80,000 sqm right in the heart of town, it is open from May to mid September.
www.netpz.co.uk /hotels_denmark_hotel/hotels_copenhagen_hotel.htm   (803 words)

 Amazon.com: Copenhagen: Books: Michael Frayn   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But in his Tony Award-winning play Copenhagen, Michael Frayn shows us that these men were passionate, philosophical, and all too human, even though one of the three historical figures in his drama, Werner Heisenberg, was the head of the Nazis' effort to develop a nuclear weapon.
Copenhagen 2000 Tony Award winner for best play, turns on a rather simple premise: Niels Bohr, his wife Margrethe, and Werner Heisenberg, who were all together at a brief meeting in 1941 which has confused historians ever since, are back together after death.
With the conflicting statements of the characters Frayn implies that the truth may be a matter of one's point of view, that is, it may be a question of relativity.
www.amazon.com /Copenhagen-Michael-Frayn/dp/0385720793   (3147 words)

 Copenhagen   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Olof Lidin of the University of Copenhagen, head of the local organising committee for the conference, gave the keynote lecture on 'Tanegashima - The Arrival of the First Europeans in Japan'.
The first of the two themes under which the Urban and Environmental Studies session of the Copenhagen conference was organised was designed to provide a forum for the discussion of these questions.
Only one potential contributor could not come to Copenhagen, but the convenors were informed well in advance, so that they could invite another scholar from the waiting list to present his paper.
www.eajs.org /Conferences/copenhagen.html   (6836 words)

 Copenhagen Travel Guide | Fodor's Online
Europeans love Copenhagen, and judging from the number of other international visitors, the Danish capital is on many must-see lists.
For almost 600 years Copenhagen has been the seat of the oldest kingdom in the world, and grandeur finds its expression in the city's royal residences.
But don't let the low-slung skyline fool you: downtown Copenhagen is a sophisticated cultural hub with a wealth of attractions.
www.fodors.com /miniguides/mgresults.cfm?destination=copenhagen@52   (346 words)

 Copenhagen : Introduction | Frommers.com
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, got its name from the word køben-havn, which means "merchants' harbor." It grew in size and importance because of its position on the Øresund (the Sound), the body of water between Denmark and Sweden, guarding the entrance to the Baltic.
Copenhagen is a city with much charm, as reflected in its canals, narrow streets, and old houses.
Another of Copenhagen's world-renowned inhabitants was Søren Kierkegaard, who used to take long morning strolls in the city, planning his next addition to the collection of essays that eventually earned him the title "father of existentialism."
www.frommers.com /destinations/copenhagen/0048010001.html   (409 words)

 Pedestrian Cities | Metropolis Magazine | August/September 2002
By 1996, Copenhagen had six times the amount of car-free space than it had when pedestrian initiatives began in 1962.
In the 40 years since Copenhagen's main street was turned into a pedestrian thoroughfare, city planners have taken numerous small steps to transform the city from a car-oriented place to a people-friendly one.
Currently 34 percent of Copenhageners who work in the city bicycle to their jobs.
www.metropolismag.com /html/content_0802/ped/index.html   (601 words)

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