The difference between coherence and decoherence is the mode of math (complex, real) the object is using.

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Does the wavefunction use complex numbers because coherent waves can only be described by complex numbers? Is it Math itself that is in a duality, not particles?

Real numbers for Real physical objects sounds about right to me. Math has a complex mode and a real only mode.

A mathematical object that is real ..uses only real numbers.

Observed and unobserved are both mathematical objects, but in different modes.

The difference between measured and unmeasured is the mode of math the object is using.

2D Complex Plane OR 1D Real Line

Uncertainty = Complex Plane use

Certainty = Real Number Line use


Uncertainty = e to the i pi
Euler's formula intuition from relating velocities to positions.
Unobserved waves are using a vector field.
 
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Is decoherence the fundamental theorem of algebra?

Where the function crosses the x axis. Where equation = 0 = the root.

Decoherence = Uncertainty + 1 Real number = 0 Root

Decoherence in the path of a particle determines the type of math (complex or real) it is going to use in flight.

Is there an amount of mass that the complex plane cannot handle and collapse to the real number line?
If waves and the physical are both mathematical objects, then it is going from a complex object to a real object. This might be why objects at a certain size are automatically collapsed.

Is decoherence and wave collapse a complex mathematics object converting to a real number object?

Uncertainty has a max sized object it can influence. It's the size that an object can't be represented as a wave anymore.

What mass amount in the de Broglie wave equation will give 0 wavelength? Is this the amount that Uncertainty stops?
 
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