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Q: Does quantum mechanics halve the dimension of phase space?

SalahTheGoatIn classical mechanics, a particle confined to move along only the $x$-direction can be fully described by a 2-tuple $(x_1,p_1)$ in phase space. In this case, the phase-space is clearly 2-dimensional. Similarly, a particle free to move in three spatial directions can be fully defined by a 6-tuple...

 
 
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1:16 AM
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Q: Quantum Physics: Are entangled electrons in absolute states?

RulerOfTheWorldI was having a discussion about quantum physics with a friend, and we came to realise that we perceived the same situation in two very different ways. After searching online, we still weren't able to come to a conclusion on who is correct. Here is the situation: Lets say we have two electrons tha...

 
 
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1:51 PM
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Q: How space regains its neutral shape in the absence of massive objects?

ArgonAs space bends, stretches, and warps when there are massive objects in the vicinity. Which means there will be no warping or bending in space when there's no mass. I am talking about keeping the space-time fabric analogy in mind. Is there any force that helps space to regain its original neutral ...

 
 
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8:45 PM
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Q: If an electric charge suddenly appears will an electric field be present everywhere instantaneously?

Deschele SchilderThis question has been asked many times in conjunction with a suddenly disappearing sun. The common reaction to this is that it takes a while for the spacetime curvature to be changed around it. In accordance with special relativity, so it is said. An instantaneous change from curved to flat by m...

 

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