I am thinking about this from quite some time but could not come up with any satisfactory explanation. In a nutshell, how would one explain the pseudo forces felt by non-inertial observers given that the fundamental laws of physics are quantum mechanical?
Since in quantum mechanics one always talks about potentials instead of forces, I cannot think of anything that I can relate to the acceleration. In other words, given an electron for example, can we say that in the frame of an electron there is exists a pseudo force? I think no because of couple of reasons. First, it doesn't have a precise position to attach a reference frame to and second, even if we could do that, there is no way we would be able to talk about its acceleration because it doesn't exist in quantum mechanics. Which should also generalize to any macroscopic object that is simply made up of trillion quantum particles. Thus, I see no reason for pseudo force to exist for any observer in the first place! I am extremely confused about this. Any ideas?