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Quantum Logic is a very interesting and powerful answer to the problem of Quantum Mechanics foundations. Nevertheless this approach is usually developed in a non-relativistic framework. Is it still valid in a relativistic one? Can one talk about Yes/No experiments, elementary propositions lattice and so on also in the context of Quantum Field Theory?

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I did not learn the quantum theory on a relativistic view. It's true that it's a hard topic to understand thats why it may look so relative, but as I was told it isn't, we just don't have all the informations we need about it. You can work on yes/no experiments. In some books writes that light behaves like a wave AND like a particle, but in fact wave is a feature of the particle, it depends how it is manifested but it can't be 2 things at once. So only the theories of scientists about quantum mechanics are relative, some vary a lot.

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  • $\begingroup$ I do not believe this actually answers the question that was asked. $\endgroup$ – Jon Custer Apr 28 '15 at 13:20
  • $\begingroup$ I understood the question totally wrong. I didn't read it carefully. Sorry, my mistake ! $\endgroup$ – Ndrina Limani Apr 28 '15 at 13:22

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