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kolleamm
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So from what I understand the position of an electron at any given time is based on a probability model. My question is how does gravity play a role in this model?
Can we say the position of the electron is truly random? What if this "randomness" is caused gravitational forces pulling it in unpredictable yet
non-random directions?
Can we say the position of the electron is truly random? What if this "randomness" is caused gravitational forces pulling it in unpredictable yet
non-random directions?