« on: 04/04/2020 17:52:00 »
Can the outcomes of wave-particle duality experiments be reflected in the world I observe and experience around me?Of course. If you can perform an experiment and measure the result then it is part of the reality around you.
If so, does the universe I know and experience only exist because at every moment in space and time I am able to observe it?No, it has nothing to do with you, or anyone else, observing anything
Or does wave-particle duality theory only refer to the world of quantum?to be honest, the idea of wave particle duality is just used to describe that in certain circumstances a wave or a particle can each appear to have the properties of either a wave or a particle. Although first described of light and then electrons, some very large molecules have been shown to behave with wave properties.
In theory any object will exhibit wave properties, but for really large objects eg a car the effect is so small as to be unobservable.
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