Quantum Physics

   

The "Measurement Problem" in Quantum Physics Can be Partly Resolved with Analysis of Relatedness Between Space-Time, Physical Time and Psychological Time

Authors: Amrit S. Sorli

Clocks are systems for measuring frequency, velocity, duration and numerical order t0,t1,t2,...,tn of physical events. Time t obtained with clocks is not a forth dimension X4 of space, time t is only a component of X4 = i * c * t. This view of clock/time as a measuring system sees physical phenomena running exclusively in space and not in time. This view is supported with several experiments which confirm that time t of physical event can be zero. Time is not part of space; time is run of clocks in space. Past, present and future exist as a psychological time in the mind only not in the universe. We experience motion i.e. change in the space through the frame of psychological time. We "project" linear psychological time "past-present-future" into the space, however it is not there. Observer who distinguishes between space-time, physical time and psychological time is aware that in quantum measurement he only measures physical events in space and not in time. Clock/time is merely a measuring device. With this understanding observer's observation, measurement and experience of quantum phenomena are closer to their real nature. Stream of numerical order of quantum phenomena t0,t1,t2,...,tn runs in space only and not in time. Stream of quantum phenomena has no duration on its own. Duration is result of measurement.

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[v1] 12 Apr 2010

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