Friday, June 14, 2013

Contextual ontology is the correct interpretation of quantum mechanics. How does this help the physicist-on-the-street? It may be for example that, say, a muon does not have to respect symmetry group S absolutely. It would be enough that it respect S from the perspective (frame of reference) of, say, a proton, while respecting symmetry group T from the perspective of an electron.

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