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1. ## Is Heisenberg's Uncertainty From Variables That Are Random And Not Correlating? Does Decoherence Stabilize The Variables?

The random variables are quantum waves in the complex vector without being defined for Cauchy-Schwartz inequality. Decoherence is giving the variables real numbers for position and momentum which voids Cauchy-Schwartz (Uncertainty). QM mathematical objects have random variables when not specifically defined. The second instance of decoherence in the quantum which-way eraser is the particle getting negative correlation again. 0.000000001325220000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 / Meters per Second = Kilograms of an atomic bonded object that will have defined
2. ## Does Quantum Duality Differentiate Based On The Mathematical View Of The Object? We Can Only View/detect Objects That Can Be Described By Real Numbers

The reason we can see quantum objects after decoherence is because the object becomes describable by real numbers with real number measurement. The object doesn’t change at all, only the view of it. Uncertainty goes from infinite to something real numbers can handle. Uncertainty is getting a real number for position and momentum. Decoherence is when Uncertainty is neutralized. An unobserved particle will go back and forth between defined complex position and momentum infinitely until decoherence. Anything with infinite uncertainty is complex ..including black holes.
3. ## The Mystery Of Quantum Reality Has Finally Been Solved

Greetings, I have just had an article published in an SCIE journal titled: " The Experiential Basis of Wave-Particle Duality, Quantum Uncertainty, the Creation and Collapse of the Wave Function, and Quantum Nonlocality.” https://www.neuroquantology.com/index.php/journal/article/view/1254 Long story short; the article solves the nearly one-hundred year old mystery regarding why quantum reality appears and behaves as it does. In so doing it demonstrates that physical reality is a reality that is being created in the brain and is not what is actually “out there,” where it appears to be. Now t
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