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Could it be the potential future and this is waving? This is an invitation to see a theory on the nature of time! In this theory we have an emergent uncertain future continuously coming into existence relative to the spontaneous absorption and emission of photon energy. Within such a process the wave particle duality of light and matter in the form of electrons is forming a blank canvas that we can interact with forming the possible into the actual! The future is unfolding with each photon electron coupling or dipole moment relative to the atoms of the periodic table and the individual wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum. As part of a universal process of energy exchange that forms the ever changing world of our everyday life the ‘past’ has gone forever. At the smallest scale of this process the ‘past’ is represented by anti-matter annihilation with the symmetry between matter and anti-matter representing the symmetry between the future and the past as the future unfolds photon by photon. In such a theory the mathematics of quantum mechanics represents the physics of ‘time’ with the classical physics of Newton representing processes over a period of time, as in Newton’s differential equations. In my videos I explain how this process is relative to temperature and the phase changes of matter.

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Thank you! Quantum mechanics are beautiful.

man we need this to e linked in a playlist to study it please!!!!

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Schrodinger looks like James Woods, STRAIGHT UP.

😇 Say thanks to you for the interesting video, it certainly is greatly appreciated and I really value your hard work !👍

And in which playlist is this video???

This is jut what I needed. Did Walter Lewin asked you to make this video?

I liked the bad news you said in the last two minutes… It made more interested to know more about the quantum mechanics

Is he high?! He's taaaaalkiiing reeaaallyyyy slooooooooooow….

why is it not explained as a dimensional waving form of time?

so, what would this 2 d chart look like in a 4 dimensional universe?

It wasn't and isn't hard to imagine what is waving. In the example of water, the water is transmitting energetic disturbances. For sound waves, the air is doing the transmitting. For e- in space, one might assume there is an analogous medium that is transmitting the electromagnetic energy, and this was assumed. The name given to the assumed medium was "aether."

But it has become forbidden to believe that the aether exists, anymore. Instead, space is said to be truly just space.

NOW,it is hard to understand what is waving.But what does wave function mean. What does si (x) ata ppint x mean? What is its terminology? And also how is that probability proportinal to si (x)^2 but not si (x)?

There is no waving thing, the probability curve looks like wave.

from 1:55 you wrote the Schrodinger's Equation wrong, should be (h bar) squared.

This was amazing!! Please do more with quantum physics! I would love to go really in depth with this style of video. Maybe some practice problems too would be nice.

Schrodinger couldn't interpret the equation, then Max was born.*wave intensifies*

Born may just part get it right, but original still stands.

Electron effects each other with their fields, and probability points out where is the most effected area at that event take place. (Time is an adjective of that event).

wave function is how electron occupies in orbital. it means electron may be distributed like spherical shape or duple shape. this is what I understood.

This is a nice explanation 👌

Does anyone know why the square gives the probability density?

The wave function is a function of the way the electron moves through time ! (Faster or slower) This is because time is a wave of energy, varying in energy over duration. Read "The Binary Universe" (2nd Edition 2018)

Jesus Christ it's Max Born

You have a mistake!!!

In the schrödinger equation, at the left side you wrote, it is supposed to be ĥ² (h-bar squared )…

Thank you soooo much for making it much easier to understand…

there is a mistake in the schrodingers equation u wrote…on left side it should be reduced plancks constant s square but its not in there

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This might be a very naive question, but how can Schrodinger's equation incorporate Psi if that's the very thing the equation is used to find?

But que is “How is wavelength from momentum is related with wavelength of wave function”?

So what exactly is waving when we say electron acts as wave

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Great video, thankyou.

'Nah'

– Max Born

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It describes super position.

Thank you 👍

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@08:00 you will never answer these questions UNTIL you analyse where dBroglie wave equation comes from (lambda = h cross/p)

I find great joy in these physics videos. They help my interests in quantum mechanics grow.

Thank you so much this help a lot

Thanx

Psi (Ψ) – in the light of quantum behavior.

The Problem with Quantum Measurements – Psi (Ψ)

The '' measurement problem'' / ''wave-particle collapse''

About one wave measurement of one quantum particle.

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There isn't electric wave without quantum particle.

The wave-function is result of a real work of quantum particle (h)

The wave-function Psi (Ψ) is derivate form of quantum particle.

The wave-particle collapse problem could be contemplated as

boundary changes of wave and particle simultaneously.

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When the wave collapses, the pure electric particle (E=h*f)

changes its parameters into negative potential state – Dirac's

virtual / antiparticles (-E=Mc^2) and "disappears " in Zero Vacuum T=0K.

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How photon has momentum????if it is massless…

Thank you!

How can there be 0 probability of finding the electron at the end of each wave? Wouldn't that mean that electrons traveling at a line somehow skip points in spacetime as if it disappeared then reappeared?

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I've been looking for this explanation for months. Makes much more sense now

Dont do physics but understandable and interesting

Wait where is Sal

What are the typical forms of the wave function? Is it really a specific function as in y=x^2 where you input certain constants and an independent variable? As in e^-x^2 ? If yes, what would it be?

The same thing comes up with a deck of cards. When a deck is being shuffled everything is a probability but once a card is pulled the probabilities collapse to be 100% chance of that card being the one pulled.

This was and excellent explanation of Schrodinger's equation. Very good speaker and a clear explanation. Wished he could have addressed what are the dimensions or units of "x".

So far, the clearest explanation I've seen.

It's a bit confusing claiming that the wave function is dependent on x only, uppercase Psi Ψ(x). The actual wave function is dependent on both time and position Ψ(x, t) = ψ(x)ɸ(t), which can be separated into two functions, lowercase psi that is only dependent on x and lowercase phi which is only dependent on time. Otherwise the right hand side of the equation you wrote would always be zero.

Very elegant explanation.

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