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Posted by Adam/">Adam on June 30, 1998 18:14:54 UTC

I know a little about relativity, and the two primaray postulates that make it up.

1. Abosolute speed of light. 2. Measurements must be made 'relative' to other objects because of the absense of an absolute medium in which to measure.

Are there any such postulates in Quantum Mechanics? I remember reading that Chandrasekher eventually partially meshed QM with relativity, so I know its not that new, but how long has it been around?

Any other basics of QM you can feed me would be appreciated, slowly though.


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