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comment The Earth's gravitational magnetics
What do you mean by consistencies?
Oct
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comment What is the description of measurement in the Heisenberg picture?
I didn't mean the quantum state, I meant the state of the operators, or in other words, the operator matrices.
Oct
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comment What is the description of measurement in the Heisenberg picture?
How will Heisenberg describe the state of his evolving operators immediately after an experimentalist performs a measurement on a quantum system? This was the main question by the OP, which I don't see it addressed in your answer.
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revised Is the ground state of a QFT always a pure state? And excited states are mixed?
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Aug
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comment Does time move slower at the equator?
Related paper
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comment Is there a physical interpretation to invariant random matrix ensembles?
"I did a research related to the question, and can supply you with references" is not an informative answer.
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comment Does the Bohr van Leeuwen Theorem also apply to ferromagnetism?
The proof presented in your answer applies to "classical" orbital magnetism, not to magnetism caused by intrinsic classical magnetic dipoles.
Jul
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comment Does the Bohr van Leeuwen Theorem also apply to ferromagnetism?
How about the case where magnetism is produced by classical magnetic dipoles?
Jul
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comment Which is more fundamental, Fields or Particles?
A related article: There are no particles, there are only fields, Am. J. Phys. 81, 211 (2013) and the comment on it and other citations
Jun
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comment Why is the computer useful if a chaotic system is sensitive to numeric error?
I would connect the second point with the property called ergodicity, exhibited by some (or many) chaotic systems. If you are interested in some qualitative features and use an energy conserving simulator, it is not a big issue if your numerical simulation diverges from the exact solution, as long as you are on the same energy shell in phase space since the exact solution would cover the whole energy shell anyway.
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revised Is the uncertainty principle a property of elementary particles or a result of our measurement tools?
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