Is there any good arguments or reasons for why it seems the general consensus is that the linear Schroedinger equations is fundamental?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know that if it turns out either of these are nonlinear it would falsify certain readings of QM so it would be interesting if there is indeed no real good reasons why the Schroedinger Equation can't be nonlinear?

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# Nonlinear Quantum gravity / Schroedinger Equation

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