Time from Quantum Uncertainty
The author attended an earlier Workshop of this group, in Palermo, 1999, presenting a paper outlining the notion that time, or least time’s arrow, arises from the repeated collapse of quantum mechanical uncertainties in positions and momenta into specific and precise values of one molecule under impact from another .
KeywordsBlack Hole Quantum Computer Quantum Uncertainty Complex Entity Everyday World
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