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International Journal of Physics. 2021, 9(5), 222-233
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-9-5-1
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Quantum Interpretation (Physics) - Information Field

Abhijit Manohar1,

1Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India

Pub. Date: July 27, 2021

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Abhijit Manohar. Quantum Interpretation (Physics) - Information Field. International Journal of Physics. 2021; 9(5):222-233. doi: 10.12691/ijp-9-5-1

Abstract

The paper generalizes and extends the 5 parameters of qualia required to generate subjective experience to physics. It presents the localization parameter and its relation to the collapse of the wave function to arrive at the plausible nature of physical universe and information field. Alternative interpretations and their merits are discussed with the merit of Information Field interpretation presented in this paper. Few important quantum experiments are reviewed in to substantiate and support the information field quantum interpretation. Finally, 8 postulates of information field are developed and enumerated towards the end of the paper. Alternate perspectives proposed historically about the nature of reality are discussed comprehensively. This paper exclusively discusses a new interpretation of non-relativistic quantum physics which does not by any means impact any of the already existing formulations of quantum mechanics.

Keywords:
parameters information quantum interpretation wave function collapse decoherence information field quantum eraser delayed choice quantum mechanics quantum physics brain

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