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Isn't Uncertainty all about Position and Momentum?
Vector/Virtual Light Waves can only be as physical as the energy it becomes as scalar. If it doesn't have mass, does that mean a scalar volume doesn't form?
Consider what momentum from vector would do to a scalar volume. I think there is something extremely fundamental here. Is position from Scalar? Is momentum from Vector?Isn't Uncertainty all about Position and Momentum?
Are large objects subject to the Measurement Problem? If so, is it the uncertainty of the individual atoms and not the whole object? If it is the whole object, is it because it using Vector for Momentum?Do scalar volumes use the vector field for direction (velocity, acceleration, momentum, path)? Is physical matter considered scalar volumes? Could uncertainty be from scalar volumes using vector?Is the energy associated with light from vector momentum to scalar energy?Is a Bose-Einstein condensate causing a physical scalar volume to become vector waves? Is absolute zero impossible because the vector field is responsible for movement?Is the vector field why waves are waves? Is it all possible paths that cause interference patterns? Do Scalar Volumes limit the number of possible paths? Does measurement cause Vector Waves to be Scalar Volumes?
Could the complex plane be used to describe Vector?
Is a scalar volume using real numbers?