In the path integral interpretation of quantum mechanics, it is said that a particle can take all sorts of paths, each with a certain probability. So, does this mean that there is also a very tiny probability, the particle can take paths which requires it to speed up more than the speed of light? Because I see nowhere in the formulation of path integral, that speed of light, is a limiting speed in its derivation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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