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doublefelix
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Isn't the detector always measuring, and thus always collapsing the state?

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Provability of the provability or unprovability of QM interpretations

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What time does the particle reach the screen in this thought experiment?

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Why can't I push myself in a chair?

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Confusion regarding Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

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Operators and their Eigenstates in Quantum Mechanics

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I'm not seeing any measurement/wave function collapse issue in quantum mechanics

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How seriously can we take the success of the Standard Model when it has so many input parameters?

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What do $\nabla$ and $\frac{d }{d t}$ mean when they are by themselves?

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Do sound waves travel before Big Bang?

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Question About Momentum and Position Operators and the Postulates of Quantum Mechanics

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Does the "particle in a box" necessarily form a standing wave?

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Solved Gauss' Law for $\vec{E}$ without boundary conditions?

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What does "Relativistic" mean in Quantum Mechanical Terms?

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Eigenstate of field operator in QFT

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If videogames do not conserve momentum, must that mean that they do not have translational symmetry?

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What are quantum fields made up of?

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How do we make sense of $F^{\mu\nu}F_{\mu\nu}$? The book just assumes I understand it

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In the double-slit experiment of electrons (observed by photons), is it correct to say the collapse is caused by the momentum of the photons?

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Is there a peak gravitational force between bodies?

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Speed of light and vision lag

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Could time have tertiary directions?

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What is 'definite' variable in QM?

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Why define $D_\mu = \partial_\mu -ieA_\mu$ with the electric charge $e$?

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Is there an integral form of the equations of QM or GR?

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Terminology: Infrared and Ultraviolet

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Is wave function collapse non-local or local?

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Why transcendental terms in the laws of nature are dimensionless?

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Is commutation relation $[\hat x, \hat p]= i \hbar$ or momentum operator $\hat p = -i \hbar \nabla$ an axiom of QM?

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Cross section in Coulomb scattering of relativistic electrons