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Non Life Sciences => Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology => Topic started by: esquire on 23/07/2019 17:48:43

Title: does decoherence of a wave contradict the conservation of energy?
Post by: esquire on 23/07/2019 17:48:43
does decoherence of a wave contradict the conservation of energy?

matter waves are observable when a fluctuation ripple is observed

gravity is not directly observable as a wave, unless it is the result of a collision between two astronomical bodies.

at that point, gravity becomes a matter wave, which is subject to decoherence.

so is gravity a quantum property that doesnot produce an observable/measurable wave subject to decoherence, prior to a catasthophic cosmic occurrence?

gravity due to the conservation of energy is resistant to loss,  it's existance is measred in the < 10^-40th percentile.

this is of course, until gravitational forces adopt an inherent matter wave feature, at which point it becomes more like a light wave which is subject to a < 10^-20th percentile existence and decoherence.

if decoherence is the fly in the ointment to the law of conservation, the above would point to a universe that is closed. for both quantum and standard physics.