Elegant experiments with entangled light have laid bare a profound mystery at the heart of reality
As science dwells deeper in the weird realm of quantum physics, the physicians John Clauser, Alain Aspect, and Anton Zeilinger equally split 2022 Nobel Prize in physics after developing experiments with entangled photons that proved the Universe isn't locally real. If these discoveries are developed even further in a near future, it could be groundbreaking for science's understanding on how the universe works.
A reddit user explains what the topic's about in a simplified manner in the following Spoiler:
Some of these concepts you're likely familiar with, be it from science fiction or from kinda hearing about them. Bohm's is a fairly deterministic interpretation, Many Worlds is basically the idea of alternative realities-splitting timelines, and Copenhagen's is the Schrodinger's Cat.