Summing over histories, 2

The square root of the probability, 5


If there is more than one way to achieve the present state, present == sum over all possible pasts, with weightings.

— Me@2011.06.26


This is false for a physical state. This is only true for wave functions, which are NOT probabilities.

Wave functions are used for calculating probabilities; but they are not themselves probabilities.

Wave functions are quantum states, but not physical states.

Wave functions are logical and mathematical, but not physical.

A physical state is something observable, something can be measured, at least in principle.

A physical state is something that exists in spacetime, a wave function is not.

— Me@2021-01-16 06:12:08 PM



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