**Stephen P. King** (*stephenk1@home.com*)

*Mon, 06 Sep 1999 02:26:43 -0400*

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Hi All,

Hitoshi Kitada wrote:

*> If you set like this, this x is equal to
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*> x = - i Deltat H.
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*>
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*> (You forgot minus sign in the above).
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*> In this setting, we have an exact identity
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*> Psi(t+Deltat) = exp(-i Deltat H) Psi(t) = exp (x) Psi(t)
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*> according to the Schroedinger equation. This equals
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*> Psi(t+Deltat) = (1+ x + x^2/2! + x^3/3! + x^4/4! + ...) Psi(t),
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*> which seems different from your calculation:
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*> > Psi(t+Deltat)/Psi(t) = [ 1/(1 - x) ],
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*> i.e.
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*> Psi(t+Deltat)=(1+x+x^2+x^3+x^4+...)Psi(t)
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*> Do you mean to imply what we actually observe is different from the exact
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*> physical process to this amount? If so, then why/how?
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What is the difference? Does it diverge or converge or neither as x ->

\infinity?

Bill, what if every observer related to the values v and c in (v^2/c^2)

could only interfere with a finite number of other observers, but there

exist at least an infinity of them?

Puzzled!

Stephen

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