Doesn't complete information about a probability distribution presuppose a physically determined wavefunction collapse? How can we have knowledge about statistics of all existent quanta for the wavefunction except by light signals in the first place, whose correspondent reversed process should be a collapse to a point in nonzero time?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Would a theoretical infinity of states then evolve gradually to a finite number to an eventual singleton? After each measurement, how do all of the other points reestablish their expectation value for the subsequent measurement?

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# Is wavefunction collapse limited by the speed of light?

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