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I'm saying, I understand the double slit experiment better than anyone.

My claim isn't going to give different results.

The question was real.

I'm trying to figure out why no one takes this seriously.

The Wave function wouldn't result in probabilities if it was possible to include spacetime.

Entanglement is obviously not a property of Spacetime.

Abbe's diffraction limit is the cutoff we have been looking for. Anything smaller doesn't have to adhere to the laws of relativity. It's waves until it is observed.

Observation seems to be a property of spacetime.

a certain number of chemically bonded atoms are never going to show quantum effects. You are kidding yourself that spacetime objects have any level of quantum effects.

Please tell me why you think spacetime is capable of performing quantum weirdness acts.

Spacetime = classical/relativityQM = waves

"Many things result in probabilities but clearly exist in spacetime."

"In fact most quantum objects follow relativistic laws"

"I don’t think you understand what observation is in the context of QM."

"Then you are mistaken, because quantum effects have been shown for molecules."

"That’s like going to a play and asking why we think the stage can act."

"An incorrect division. Again, you won’t be taken seriously if you make this kind of fundamental error."

Happy now?

QM waves don't have spacetime.