I think this may sound odd and strange, the idea ocurred to me while i was watching a TV program about GR.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If Einstein and other proved that the equations of motion could be derived from Geodesic, or that point particles moved on Geodesic under no forces, could it be applied to QM

I mean , for example the function [tex] P(r,t)=|\Psi (r,t)|^{2} [/tex] is some kind of minimal surfaces, in the sense that it would minimize the integral taken over R-4

[tex] A(\Omega)= \int_{\Omega} |Gra(P(r,t))|^{2}dxdydzdt [/tex]

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# Variational principles for Probabilities.

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