Are Quantum Weirdness Events A Wave Only Activity?

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I don't think waves are in a duality when superposition, entanglement, and tunneling occur.
 

romsek

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How many times are you going to repost your stuff? We saw it the first time. Commented on it. Finished with it.

Do you expect a better result this time?
 
Dec 2019
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Something is wrong, I didn't become famous yet. So I'm trying to dumb it down for peasants.
 
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Let's assume for a hot second you've stumbled across something profound, correct, and life-changing that, for some reason, cannot be adequately expressed through mathematics, modern physics terminology, or the English language.

People don't become famous by sharing brilliant ideas. They only become famous when they or someone else becomes rich because of their brilliant ideas (and even then, it's pretty rare). Since obviously none of us can comprehend the divine enlightenment you've been given, why don't you focus on developing practical applications? Maybe that intergalactic engine you were thinking of? I doubt NASA will touch it, but there are plenty of Bransons and Musks in the world.
 
Dec 2019
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Are you denying quantum weirdness events are a wave only activity or not?
 

romsek

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Something is wrong, I didn't become famous yet. So I'm trying to dumb it down for peasants.
I'd tell you to stick your head up your posterior but it's clear it's already there.
 
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