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Volume 35: Pages 401-413, 2022

New type of motion to visualize the Copenhagen interpretation

Firyuza Yanchilina1,a)and Vasily L. Yanchilin2,b)

1World Federation of Science Journalists, 6360 102 Street, Rego Park, New York 11374, USA

2Department of Science, “Poisk,” Russian Academy of Sciences, 15 Kedrova Street, Moscow 117292, Russian Federation


The Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics contains a fundamental refuse to visualize quantum processes, so as not to conflict with common sense. The lack of visualization creates a problem in understanding quantum mechanics. We are exploring a new type of motion, which has not been previously considered either in physics or in mathematics. This type of motion makes it possible to correctly describe and visualize the bizarre quantum processes, including quantum jumps, nonlocality, quantum entanglement, wave-particle duality, and so on. We also made some simple figures of these quantum processes using a new type of movement. Visualization of quantum processes will help to better understand quantum mechanics not only for researchers and students but also for lay readers interested in quantum physics


L'interprétation de Copenhague de la mécanique quantique contient un rejet fondamental de la visualisation des processus quantiques, afin de ne pas entrer en conflit avec le bon sens. Le manque de visualisation crée un problème dans la compréhension de la mécanique quantique. Nous explorons un nouveau type de mouvement, qui n'a encore été envisagé ni en physique ni en mathématiques. Ce type de mouvement permet de décrire et de visualiser correctement les processus quantiques les plus étranges, notamment les sauts quantiques, la non-localité, l'intrication quantique, la dualité onde-particule, etc. Nous avons également réalisé quelques schémas simples de ces processus quantiques en utilisant un nouveau type de mouvement. La visualisation des processus quantiques aidera à mieux comprendre la mécanique quantique non seulement pour les chercheurs et les étudiants, mais même pour les lecteurs non professionnels intéressés par la science.


Key words: Quantum Jump; Quantum Entanglement; Nonlocality; Discrete Trajectory of Motion; Quantum Zeno Effect; Quantum Measurement.


Received: June 28, 2022; Accepted: November13, 2022; Published Online: November 24, 2022


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