Have we witnessed a particle decay while being an unobserved matter wave?

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It would be a big deal if matter-waves don't experience time.
 

topsquark

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Why did you change your name again? Did they ban you here, too?

-Dan
 
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Dummies have never questioned why neutrons don't decay while being used in an unobserved quantum experiment. Let it forever be known you clowns banned the father of modern QM.


The quantum world just got a whole lot weirder. Unobserved Quantum Waves do NOT use spacetime. Quantum waves are given a physical state when spacetime get involved. This is when you see duality.

Quantum waves are using only the quantum field. It doesn't need time. The delayed choice quantum eraser already tells us this.

I'm very excited, this means my theory that Dark Matter is Virtual Mass ..quantum waves without spacetime might be true.

Unobserved waves are quantum field excitations ..no spacetime needed. I already told you to look at the delayed choice quantum eraser. Entangled particles are not using time. Quantum weirdness events are a wave only activity.
 

skipjack

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Your theory? DIdn't Joseph Lazar get there first?
 
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