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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Does the physical significance of the E and B fields in classical electromagnetism only come into physical significance when you measure the light's intensity?

Just like how the wave function of QM come into physical significance when you take the square of it and it becomes the probability density of the particle.

Just like how the wave function of QM come into physical significance when you take the square of it and it becomes the probability density of the particle.