I believe it does, but I'm having a debate with someone and I'm trying to prove why the universe(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); musthave a wave function. I was under impression the best equations for describing our universe involve it having it's own wave but he's asserting it doesn't need one. Can anyone help me?

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# Is there any reason the Universe must have a wave function?

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