Hi Learners,

My previous article got a such good response for which I would like to thank you all :). As the previous article was a pure hypothesis and most importantly I have found some drastic flaws in that article and currently I am working on it. This article mainly focuses on the uncertainity in a quantum system and no hypothesis is included. So let's begin... When we say that a particle in a quantum system is in superposition and can have infinitely many possible positions and momenta. Do we actually mean it ? I must stress upon this question. What does 'infinite' signify here ? Does it carries it's usual meaning ? When we calculate the uncertainity in the two properties of a particle by applying the formula. Does it results in something infinite or something undefined stuff ? If yes, then this whole article is waste and if no, then why are we saying like this ? It's an important question to think about and a very important one. After calculating the uncertainity we get the answer in powers of 10^-34 multiplied by some real number. It simply means that there an uncertainity of ( the answer we got after the calculation) in the determination of the position and momentum of the particle. This argument can have an important implication in the quantization of general relativity or the merging of quantum field theory with general relativity. Why on earth we are considering infinite positions and momenta disregarding what's in front of us ( the answer we got after calculation of uncertainity) ? This straightway means that the UNCERTAINITY OF A QUANTUM SYSTEM IS LIMITED TO A PARTICULAR VALUE AND SO MUST BE SUPERPOSITION.

What do you think guys ? You are the ones who'll decide. Do correct me if I am wrong at any point. It's Amit Panghal, signing out. Have a great day !!

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