In the superposition of charges, both directions is said to occur at the same time.. question: is this simultaneous occurrences observable (viewable) at the same time? I presume the left an right direction are eigenstates, but it is commonly said you can only observe one eigenstates at a time... so how does the left and right charges work.. alternatively? and most important.. what theorem forbid the simultaneous observation of eigenstates.. maybe the law of conservation of energy, what exactly?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Superposition of charges

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