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Lynch101

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I'll try to clarify my own misunderstanding.DarMM said:If the ##t## in the Schrodinger equation can be transformed into the ##t## in a different coordinate system with a different notion of simultaneity then time isn't absolute in the Newtonian sense.

How I'm interpreting it is that you have the quantum system under consideration, with time 't' being provided by a clock outside the system. You're saying this can be transformed into the 't' of another frame.

I'm imagining a system of two relatively moving observers where the time is given by a clock outside the system i.e. common time for both observers and this 't' can be transformed to the 't' of another frame.