As written, I am wondering if the causality principle gets violated in QM. Do virtual particles violate the causality principles? Do instantaneous events violate the causality principle?
Thank you in advance.
I'm not jumping to the argument, it's just that those who were arguing seemed not to have any scientific background related. I'm simply curious.
I'll define causality like this: Causal System: A system whose output(s) depend on the current/past input(s).
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