The Tri-space Laboratory
- doing the job properly in theoretical physics
The paradox of Schrödinger’s cat according to quantum mechanics (click to view)
Interactions in Tri-space.
Two systems (a and b) are brought close enough to allow interactions. Each is driven from Tempospace (T) and the connecting wave function is projected into the corresponding Real space (r). The equations of connection (shown on Home page 2) are depicted below.
The Tempospace connections combine to drive the modified system with a scalar `Tempodriver' (t) in the Centre of Mass frame. All possible outcomes are driven (with the same total energy and momentum) in super-position. This is equivalent to the QM description. (Gravitation works differently and is ignored here.)
Measurements in Tri-space.
When a third system is introduced (denoted O for Observer), which has different energies of interaction with b and b', the system is resolved, selecting one definite outcome. (It is not possible to drive states with different total energies in super-position.)
To make a classical observation, the detector may contain many copies n of O, which are triggered by a single O', so that the change becomes macroscopic.
Conclusions (click to view)
Örkelljunga, Sweden, June 2019