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Hello Everyone,

This time I want to share with you my experience with the book the Interpretation of Quantum mechanics by Erwin Schrodinger. Just let me point out some of his most remarkable points in my humble opinion. In his first chapter, JULY 1952 COLLOQUIUM, he wrote:

Let me say at the outset, that in this discourse, I am opposing not a few special statements of quantum mechanics held today, I am opposing as it were the whole of it... The view that I am opposing is so widely accepted... It is, as I said, the Probability view of quantum mechanics...pag19

Macroscopic energy is a "quantity-concept". Microscopic energy(meaning hv) is a "quality-concept"pag25

Wave mechanics can never conflict with the U.P. The conflict is produced by imposing on wave mechanics the probability view... To my mind it is patently absurd to let the wave function be controlled in two entirely different ways, at times by the wave equation, but occasionally by direct interference of the observer, not controlled by the wave equation...pag35

Just wonder how are things today?

My best regards and enjoy a great book

EP

This time I want to share with you my experience with the book the Interpretation of Quantum mechanics by Erwin Schrodinger. Just let me point out some of his most remarkable points in my humble opinion. In his first chapter, JULY 1952 COLLOQUIUM, he wrote:

Let me say at the outset, that in this discourse, I am opposing not a few special statements of quantum mechanics held today, I am opposing as it were the whole of it... The view that I am opposing is so widely accepted... It is, as I said, the Probability view of quantum mechanics...pag19

Macroscopic energy is a "quantity-concept". Microscopic energy(meaning hv) is a "quality-concept"pag25

Wave mechanics can never conflict with the U.P. The conflict is produced by imposing on wave mechanics the probability view... To my mind it is patently absurd to let the wave function be controlled in two entirely different ways, at times by the wave equation, but occasionally by direct interference of the observer, not controlled by the wave equation...pag35

Just wonder how are things today?

My best regards and enjoy a great book

EP