Our goal is to understand quantum theory from the perspective of causation. We seek to answer I. What is the physically real causation behind an observable quantum phenomenon? II. Why is this phenomenon predictable with quantum mechanics? III. Why are there many apparent paradoxes in the interpretaion of Shroedinger's equantion?
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If you put Shroedinger's cat in a box and wondered if it is alive inside
Should you believe that the cat inside is either dead or alive ?
Or should you belive the cat splits up inside as a superposition of a dead and an alive cat, until you decide to look?
Is quantum theory logical?
Logical inferences based on quantum mechanics often lead to contradictions, and diconnected from causation.
What is entanglement ?
Quantum entanglement occurs non-locally, over space and time, without any physcial causes.
Can a photon see ahead?
A photon knows whether 1 path or 2 are possible to a target, and can interfere with itself when there are 2.
Physics is about first understanding quantum mechanics
In order to understand the observed quantum phenomena, we need to first answer question about the underlying causes. Only with this understanding can we can have a more complete picture of nature.
Quantum mechanics should not be paradoxical and mysterioous !