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The Universal Arrow of Time II: Quantum mechanics case

  title={The Universal Arrow of Time II: Quantum mechanics case},
  author={Oleg Kupervasser},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
This paper is a natural continuation of our previous paper arXiv:1011.4173 . We illustrated earlier that in classical Hamilton mechanics, for overwhelming majority of real chaotic macroscopic systems, alignment of their thermodynamic time arrows occurs because of their low interaction. This fact and impossibility to observe entropy decrease at introspection explain the second law of thermodynamics. The situation in quantum mechanics is even a little bit easier: all closed systems of finite… 
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