A misnomer collection:
Wave function is not a wave. It is not a physical wave.
Uncertainty principle is not about uncertainty. It is not directly related to uncertainty.
Uncertainty principle is not a principle. It is not even a physical law. Instead, it is a statistical relation. It is an inequality about the standard deviations of two conjugate variables.
Superposition state is not a superposition. It is not a physical superposition. It is not a superposition of physical waves.
Superposition state is not a state. Instead, it is a property of a physical system. It is a statistical property of a variable of an experimental setup.
Quantum mechanics is not quantum. It is not just about quantum (particle of energy).
Quantum mechanics is not mechanics. It is not just about mechanics. It is not just physical laws. Instead, it is a set of meta-laws, laws that physical laws themselves need to follow. It is an operating system on which physical laws can run.
— Me@2022-02-20 06:44:32 AM
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