The Spatiotemporal Interpretation of Wave Function May Solve the Mystery of Quantum Entanglement
Keywords:Spatiotemporal interpretation of wave function, Space-time entanglement, Quantum entanglement
In this paper, the wave function is interpreted as space-time: under any representation, the real part of the wave function represents space and the imaginary part represents time. A wave function represents the quantum entanglement (correlation) between time and space. The unitary evolution process is the mutual transformation of space-time. The imaginary time indicates that it can entangle with space in a nonlocalized way and dominate the integrity (unification) of a quantum, which is the essence of quantum entanglement.
 Z. D. Xiaohan Deng "The Matter Wave Is Space-Time Wave," Hyperscience International Journal, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 60-75, 2022. Research
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