Einstein's relativity theory teaches us that an observed phenomenon by different observers, may result in different relative observations.
However, we also know that in a real world, it would be (almost) impossible to establish two "absolutely" identical observations. If not using precision instruments, human perception and cognition would be relative and fluctuating, moreover two human observers could not realize at the very same time and location the same observation. If applying precision instruments, other obstacles may arise, dependent on the experimental design.
Would it make rather sense to imply a stochastic model to observation of such phenomena, rather in the tradition of quantum mechanics: Every observation associated with a probability and such that at any location and time all observations would be probable but certain one of maximum entropy?
- What would be the consequences of such a probabilistic approach to relativity theory?
- Is there further literature/research in this field which you could recommend?