Posts Tagged ‘Magnitude’

The quantization of space

Quantum mechanics defines our observable physical environment only in terms of the probabilistic values associated with Schrödinger’s wave equation. More specifically it defines a particle in terms of the instantaneous collapse of a wave function which it assumes extends form one edge of the universe to the other. Schrodinger Equation and Material Waves However this […]

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A Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanistic defines our observable environment only in terms of the probabilistic values associated with Schrödinger’s wave equation. Many interpret this as meaning a particle and all other objects exists in a world of probabilities and only become connected to the environment when observed.  Additionally it assumes that a particle is distributed or simultaneous exists […]

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A relativistic Quantum Mechanics

Quantum mechanistic defines our observable environment only in terms of the probabilistic values associated with Schrödinger’s wave equation. Many interpret this as meaning a particle and all other objects exists in a world of probabilities and only become connected to the environment when observed.  Additionally it assumes that a particle is distributed or simultaneous exists […]

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Quantum mechanics as an emergent property of space-time.

Is the quantization of energy/mass a fundamental or an emergent characteristic of reality. Quantum mechanics assumes that it is fundamental because it defines all interactions within it in terms of its quantized properties while one could say that Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity defines it in terms of an emergent property of continuous space-time manifold […]

What happened in New Zealand’s magnitude 7.5 earthquake

Brendan Duffy, University of Melbourne and Mark Quigley, University of Melbourne At least two people have died in the magnitide 7.5 earthquake that struck New Zealand’s South Island early on Monday, local time. Preliminary modelling suggests that the…

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