DanMuffy1 karma2019-03-12 00:16:11 UTC
Thank you so much for your thoughtful response and actually that was exactly what I was getting at! I’ve always grappled with that theory since the moment I read about it in Stephan Hawkins book!
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DanMuffy1 karma2019-03-11 17:56:57 UTC
I hope this isn’t a waste of your time, but Is it possible that the reason we do not know both position and time of quantum particles is because of the information located in another dimension we cannot measure? I realize that the wave equations suggest that interfering at the quantum level will leave too much uncertainty, but to rephrase, could the uncertainty arise due to dimensional properties and not necessarily disturbing the “values” by observing the experiment?
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