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Science is less concerned about why or what some ultimate truth might be and more concerned with having an explanation and a model that is useful for making predictions.
Even if a highly ultimate technology, would comunicante trough physical means. There a wire or even light it's not different from my hands.
What does science say
Then again: Can conscious thought act on matter? What do you expected? 😂 Proof? Ok. My brain thinks. My brain move my hands. My hands shape a ball made of Clay.
So the question now is, what's all the fuss? Who would deny that?
The clay wasn't necessary. The hands moved. That's enough to illustrate the point. I totally agree. The question was asked in a classical manner, and that's a classical answer.So the question now is, what's all the fuss? Who would deny that?
In quantum mechanics, wave function collapse occurs when a wave function—initially in a superposition of several eigenstates—reduces to a single eigenstate due to interaction with the external world. This interaction is called an observation, and is the essence of a measurement in quantum mechanics, which connects the wave function with classical observables such as position and momentum. Collapse is one of the two processes by which quantum systems evolve in time; the other is the continuous evolution governed by the Schrödinger equation. Collapse is a black box for a thermodynamically irreversible interaction with a classical environment.Calculations of quantum decoherence show that when a quantum system interacts with the environment, the superpositions apparently reduce to mixtures of classical alternatives. Significantly, the combined wave function of the system and environment continue to obey the Schrödinger equation throughout this apparent collapse. More importantly, this is not enough to explain actual wave function collapse, as decoherence does not reduce it to a single eigenstate.