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Time And Planck's Constant

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 4, 2002 14:36:35 UTC

Time: You seem to be defining time by how humans measure it. I would like to think that time has an existence that is not dependent on human measurement. That is why in another post I claim that time is defined by physical theory such as General Relativity. Does time exist for you if there are no humans to measure it?

Planck's constant: I do not understand where Planck's constant came from in paragraph 30. Could you elaborate on its derivation?

Regarding Schrodinger's equation in paragraph 30, most physicists seem to think that the wave functions derived from that equation do not have physical existence. They are just probabilities- not real. I tend to think they are fields and are the only thngs that exist. Does your analysis shed any light on the physical existence of wave functions?

It seems that you analysis can be reduced to mathematical equations. Could you write down the math. I tend to get lost in the words.



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