Quantum Mechanics

Since we cannot interact with the system, without disturbing the system at very small scales, all we can do is compute the probabilities of how the system will behave when we do interact with it. It’s just like saying, we cannot predict w/o extreme computation the result of a flipped coin – heads or tails. …

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An Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Particles are created from the underlying fields due to plucking (interacting with/measuring) the fields. Once the particles are created, they remain as particles till the underlying fields de-cohere (entangle with the surroundings; refer Quantum Decoherence) and hence becomes fields again, but that takes some time. Hence we can explain the double slit experiment of electrons. …

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