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Mar9-12, 03:55 PM
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Quote Quote by Khashishi View Post
How do you propose to do that? The problem is, you can only acertain that B behaves like a superposition by testing many copies of B, in order to get some statistics.
Then I'd get lots of B's and do the same to all, I guess.

Quote Quote by DrChinese
Yes, this is true in a sense, but... the ONLY way you can see how is to do a test on BOTH and compare them.

And that comparison can only be done classically and at light speed. So you are back to where you started.
I don't understand why you can't compare them with electrons from outside of the experiment, but I understand part of what's wrong now. I still have to study Quantum Physics.
Thank you all for the help.