According to quantum mechanics, every particle has an uncertainty of position and momentum. Particles have quantum vibrations. So is it possible for all the atoms in an object to vibrate at the same time in the same direction making the object as a whole move? If so, what kind of energy would the object have and how could i find the probability?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Object Jumping from Quantum Vibrations Statistical Mechanics

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