There are no Quantum Jumps , nor are there Particles !

@inproceedings{Zeh1993ThereAN,
  title={There are no Quantum Jumps , nor are there Particles !},
  author={H. Dieter Zeh},
  year={1993}
}
Quantum theory does not require the existence of discontinuities: neither in time (quantum jumps), nor in space (particles), nor in spacetime (quantum events). These apparent discontinuities are readily described objectively by the continuous process of decoherence occurring locally on a very short time scale according to the Schršdinger equation for interacting systems, while the observerÕs Ôincrease of informationÕ is appropriately represented by the resulting dynamical decoupling of the… CONTINUE READING

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