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Jan
19
comment Collapse in Quantum Field Theory?
well whats the answer then? in collapse interpretations, does the superpostion of fock space states of particle number collapse? fock space states of particle number was never mentioned in 2013. whats the answer?
Dec
23
comment Infinitely many soft photons from pushing an electron?
thankyou anna. I do wish Ron would express things in more simple terms. His words tend to mislead me
Dec
23
comment Infinitely many soft photons from pushing an electron?
Any answers then vance...
Dec
23
comment Infinitely many soft photons from pushing an electron?
physics.stackexchange.com/q/41404. There you go
Oct
25
comment Do electrons have structure in quantum gravity?
He also says anything above the plank scale must have internal structure and refers to it being like a proton. Internal structure means its composite and so are protons
Oct
25
comment Do electrons have structure in quantum gravity?
The comment is "before the plank scale all particles must have internal structure"
Oct
25
comment Do electrons have structure in quantum gravity?
motls.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/… He says in QG electrons must be composite. And he means all theories of QG not just string theory.
Oct
22
comment Confusion about the probability cloud
thankyou, that clears it all up
Oct
22
comment Confusion about the probability cloud
but john does the expierements I quoted regarding the squids prove the electron really is smeared out literally everywhere or is that still interpretation because they are plenty of interpretations which say the wavefunction is not real
Jan
25
comment Is the classical world an illusion?
decaying you are right,
Jan
23
comment do quantum fields exist in superposition?
I would really appreciate a quick answer to this. A yes or no in many ways with maybe a slight extention, Im not fussed
Jan
23
comment do quantum fields exist in superposition?
when it says "generally" here does it mean "always"
Jan
23
comment Does hidden variable quantum mechanics imply the collapse of atoms(electrons falling into the nucleus)?
thanks. when we observe and measure the electron also the wavefunction collapses and we get a single electron in a definite state going around the nucleus? - is that right?
Jan
23
comment Does hidden variable quantum mechanics imply the collapse of atoms(electrons falling into the nucleus)?
john and others, so electrons can have a definite single location at all times, orbit a nucleus like this and not collapse in on the nucleus according to HV theories?
Jan
23
comment Does hidden variable quantum mechanics imply the collapse of atoms(electrons falling into the nucleus)?
so electrons can have a definite single location at all times, orbit a nucleus like this and not collapse in on the nucleus?
Jan
23
comment Does hidden variable quantum mechanics imply the collapse of atoms(electrons falling into the nucleus)?
michael or others any update?
Jan
23
comment Does hidden variable quantum mechanics imply the collapse of atoms(electrons falling into the nucleus)?
and what does this mean for observed atoms in other interpretations?. observed atoms have there wavefunction collapse so that they have a single definite location and the observed electron would have a single definite orbit. in this case why wouldnt the atom collapse in on itself?
Jan
23
comment Does hidden variable quantum mechanics imply the collapse of atoms(electrons falling into the nucleus)?
Michael, others would disagree with you on that. If we assume they are valid option, are they ruled out by the fact atoms would collapse in on themselves because having a well defined postion at all times would mean they collapse in?
Jan
15
comment Is all matter made of virtual particles?
ok, but you are confirming protons are made up of virtual particles only and not real particles. Field quanta are virtual particles not real particles...
Jan
15
comment Is all matter made of virtual particles?
physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=658412 thats the link that says it