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- It is real that electron can be simultaneously in several places, like QM told to us?
- Why electron does not radiate when it orbits around the atomic nuclei?
- Why the laws of classical electrodynamics does not apply to atom?
- Will electron radiate when it travels in curved space-time?
- QM interpretation: w.f. describes the particle (probability to find the particles in certain place and certain time etc...)
- Bayesian interpretation: w.f. describes the incomplete information about the particle
measurements The all troubles in physics comes because people talk in different languages (Tower of Babel)
- - phenomenon, nature;
- x - noise
- y - measurement
- Nature -> measurements (people are doing) -> incomplete information -> physics
- There is nature which does not care about physics. The physics law reflect the incomplete information which people have through measurements about nature