I've heard of probability waves, and I'm aware what they mean. However, I don't exactly understand them, to say. Are they actual properties that particles have, or are they man made possibilities, to account for measurements?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I hope I phrased it correctly.

Oh, and while I'm at it... Since energy moves at incriments of plank's constant, and relativity links matter to energy, would that also mean there's a discreet amount that matter can move in?

Ty :)

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# Probability Waves

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