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## Main Question or Discussion Point

When you square the probability amplitude and it shows there is 20% probability of it occuring, and you perform the experiment 100 times.. you would find exactly 20 times as dictated by the probability. In radioactive decays, individual alpha particle may tunnel at different times but when you average it, it is always half-life. How does each particle know what output to produce to make the total exactly what the probability shows?

It's like the the particles are connected in time. What could have coupled them?

Also the probability in QM is like diffusion in thermodynamics where each particle has different values but the overall total is exactly the macroscopic properties.

Maybe we can think of probabilities in QM in terms of thermodynamics diffusion in time?

In thermodyanamics, the randomness of each particle is due to its being a member of the group, but the whole average out depending on the container. Could QM be related to this diffusion but in time? What is the name of the interpretation that holds this view is there is one already available?

It's like the the particles are connected in time. What could have coupled them?

Also the probability in QM is like diffusion in thermodynamics where each particle has different values but the overall total is exactly the macroscopic properties.

Maybe we can think of probabilities in QM in terms of thermodynamics diffusion in time?

In thermodyanamics, the randomness of each particle is due to its being a member of the group, but the whole average out depending on the container. Could QM be related to this diffusion but in time? What is the name of the interpretation that holds this view is there is one already available?