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Heisenberg, Copenhagen and probability in QM

quantum states deal with probability functions and are subjective why do you say this probability functions are subjective? The Copenhagen interpretation considers that these functions would collect, ...
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What would the wavefunction represent in an observer-less universe?

The wavefunction represents what is happening in reality. It is not a statistical summary since the square amplitudes only act according to the calculus of probabilities in some circumstances: https://...
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What would the wavefunction represent in an observer-less universe?

The wavefunction represents what a measurement, were it to take place, would find as the statistics. Since we talk about it and compute it normally in a context before the measurement, it should make ...
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