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What is movement according to quantum theory?

  1. Oct 27, 2008 #1
    Decoherence seems to be the interpretation of choice lately, so i'll start with it. We know that a particle exists in a superposition of states before it decoheres with the environment into a particular state. What meaning would we attribute to continuous movement if it's simply changing states with each act of measurement/observation, i.e. moving particles are not moving but decohering from one decohered state of rest(at planck time) to another in a sequence where there is no time, direction or movement? What is space under this scenario? Doesn't it look a mind concept?
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2008
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