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Does a Quantum System know about an observer before the Observer can know about the Quantum System?

Quantum domains are small, Macro Domains are larger,so when one looks from a Macro Domain to one that is smaller(Quantum) one first has to locate the Quantum System to be observed, then because of the observation laws, ie..HUP there are only certain measures one can do, and one has to do these independantly.

If one reverse's the process, where the Quantum 'measures' the Macro System/Observer..one finds that the imprecise measure from:Macro to Quantum domains..gets reversed into:Quantum to Macro system measure always involves certainty?

Its easier for small entities to locate larger entities, by default.

The HUP law cannot be valid for the measure from Quantum Locality to Macro Locality..the direction of where you measure from must have a baring on paramiters of certainty against Uncertainty, can this be possible?

Quantum domains are small, Macro Domains are larger,so when one looks from a Macro Domain to one that is smaller(Quantum) one first has to locate the Quantum System to be observed, then because of the observation laws, ie..HUP there are only certain measures one can do, and one has to do these independantly.

If one reverse's the process, where the Quantum 'measures' the Macro System/Observer..one finds that the imprecise measure from:Macro to Quantum domains..gets reversed into:Quantum to Macro system measure always involves certainty?

Its easier for small entities to locate larger entities, by default.

The HUP law cannot be valid for the measure from Quantum Locality to Macro Locality..the direction of where you measure from must have a baring on paramiters of certainty against Uncertainty, can this be possible?

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