If the operators corresponding to two observables do not commute, they have no simultaneous eigenstates and they obey the uncertainty principle. A state where one observable has a definite value corresponds to a superposition of many states for [another] observable.
— Wikipedia on Quantum superposition
That is a major mistake of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.
— Me@2021-03-07 06:11:22 PM
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