So, because all 'particles' are constantly interacting with the environment, there should exist no wave-like behavior? Wave-like behavior is crucial for the stability of atoms in molecules(e.g. covalent bonds http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Co...d_hydrogen.svg
, a molecule of two H atoms, each with just one electron shared between the atoms). From this i conclude that the H20 molecule would fall apart if it weren't for the delocalized wave-like behavior. This point also goes against decoherence, at least the version that is sometimes pushed as an explanation for the measurement problem.