Is there something wrong with negative probabilities per se? I don't what to hear that they are "unphysical" because it is not clear what reality is. Can negative probabilities (or probabilities > 1) be somehow consistent with(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); macroscopic realism=> not causing any macroscopic weirdness (no matter how weird it is in quantum world)

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# Negative probabilities in QFT

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