Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
January 1, 2021
Collapse, wave function, multi-world, quantum mechanics, CPH Theory
Wave function collapse is one of the long-standing mysteries of quantum mechanics. The statistical population of the wave function is formulated for an infinite number of possible states that is called superposition and examines the probability of each state. The wave function collapses when it is reduced to one or a specific set of states.
Various interpretations have been offered in this case. But in the last decade, theories have been put forward that show there is neither a particle nor a wave, there are only fields in nature.
CPH theory is based on the components of fields. In this short paper, an attempt is made to investigate the collapse of the wave function with respect to the fields.