# Qm probability, energy density and curvature

In qm the intensity (energy density) of an EM wave is compared to
the probability of finding a particle at a certain position in space
at a certain time.For a particle that isn't moving, according to general relativity,
Too = energy density and energy density gives curvature of space time.

So can the curvature of space-time be related to the probability of
one particle being at a certain distance from another?
Would a particle be most likely to be found where the curvature of
space-time is greatest?

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This is very ambitious, you are taking results out of QM and apply them (or compare them with) general relativity.

If I were you, consult this person...

PS : I think your question will have the answer that such connections cannot be made, so forget about it...

http://www.cpt.univ-mrs.fr/~rovelli/rovelli.html

regards
marlon

Rothiemurchus said:
In qm the intensity (energy density) of an EM wave is compared to
the probability of finding a particle at a certain position in space
at a certain time.For a particle that isn't moving, according to general relativity,
Too = energy density and energy density gives curvature of space time.

So can the curvature of space-time be related to the probability of
one particle being at a certain distance from another?
Would a particle be most likely to be found where the curvature of
space-time is greatest?
You can say Gravitation instead Curvature. The case with the random gravitational fields or the random curved space was discuss here and here was the reference to arXiv papers. I cannot remember now this number.

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