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Experimental constraints on time evolution of quantum states

It sounds like you are asking for confirmation/refutation of the time evolution of the system. There's a new manuscript on the arxiv that watches Gaussian wave functions evolve into broader Gaussian ...
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How to make meaningful experiments and the methods of doing so

There are a number of things to discuss about your experimental setup and your discussion around that (and I didn't downvote). You have placed Z closer to B than C is to B. This distinction is ...
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Do twisted pair wires create a helical shaped magnetic field if parallel electrical currents are run through the two wires?

"Helical" might be a correct name for this magnetic field shape, but it's an unusual name. Let's think about the usual physics-cartoon picture of a solenoid: Most treatments are focused on ...
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Experimental constraints on time evolution of quantum states

There are many experiments trying to test various fundamental assumptions and properties of quantum mechanics. I am not aware of any direct exclusion experiments of the extension proposed in the OP, ...
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Measurable effects of the global structure of the SM

The gauge group of the Standard Model is the quotient by $\mathbb Z_6$. Larger groups may be physically relevant, but it would take the discovery of new particles not in representations of the ...
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Would placing sand bags over the top of a car's strut housing reduce the jarring impact felt when the car hits a pothole?

For a given spring stiffness, adding mass to the body of the car (this is called sprung mass) will inertially clamp the car body, reducing its tendency to bounce up sharply when you run over a pothole....
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Would placing sand bags over the top of a car's strut housing reduce the jarring impact felt when the car hits a pothole?

I expect the sandbags will not have any positive effect; and quite likely they will make things worse. There is in the history of car manufacturing a car that was designed specifically for use in ...
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