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  1. Does intuition violate- Relativity -causality QM -Collapsing the wave function without an as is presence Y/N
  2. https://github.com/jonnyhyman/Chaos?fbclid=IwAR0WdjMV11I7-F9XHXItKqdfgJfhE53gmieZddgNTxPSgbF9UlYJe8PVJvQ This is mind blowing This image looks like it is describing a physical particle turning to waves for a double slit experiment ..or maybe its entanglement The waves would appear like a flat plain, entangled particles are known to separate at a specific angle. Maybe it's how a particles goes through both slits at the same time I call this, physical particle being sent to infinity ..aka quantum field
  3. Why are only unobserved particles allowed to partake in quantum weirdness events? || (deathtopenguin5) You are using "unobserved particle" in a weird way. All particles are unobserved, we can measure certain properties of a system/particle (i.e.wavefunction) by performing a measurement. I would say all particles are observed. Because saying "particle" means physicality is involved. || "physicality"? I guess you mean something like macroscopic, or classical? Hmm, I could use "classical", but I think that would imply duality is at
  4. I don't think waves are in a duality when superposition, entanglement, and tunneling occur.
  5. Hello, I was wondering if there is equation for the Strong Nuclear Force Strength and Weak Nuclear Force Strength like Coulomb's Law or Newtonian Gravity. I would like it in Function of Force Form if possible. F(x) = (x) , It seems as if most of the other forces have equation such as this that explain it. Newtonian Law of Gravity Coulomb's Law of Electric Force Lorentz Law of Magnetism
  6. this is a video on Quantum Mechanics that aims to familiarize people with general interests in physics, with some of the main ideas in quantum mechanics. can I get feedbacks on it, I don't have any subscribers at all, and I'd like feedbacks to know how the video could be evaluated. So that's why I decided to share it here. I want to know whether the way I discussed the topic made sense and whether it was interesting or not, Because I made my own research about it and there hasn't been an instructor along the way, so I wasn't only wondering whether people will understand me properly, I was al
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