In QM, we have probability clouds, in QFT, its fields. I don't really hear people talking about probability clouds and fields in the same breath. Can the field be seen as something which attaches a certain probability to each quanta for each point in space? or has this already done? making this thread is essentially redundant. Also, is it exactly unphysical to see things in QM as probability clouds?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Fields and probability clouds

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