This is a legacy notebook. All pages are considerably outdated now, and have been left to allow those with questions of their own to see how I was able to develop into my final conclusions. All theory has been closed/verified and I have moved onto the foundational Binary values found in more recent works.
With that said, this post is still actually 100% accurate. The only superposition which exists is the inflation of a quantum mechanical object. True measurements of group behaviors are insanely inaccurate without taking into account each small movement for each vectoral property all the way down to the universes most finite bit. In order to obtain a vital superposition, you must be able to control in entirety all external values which enforce themselves upon the measurement.
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Please note that this is done through combinations of waves. The waves themselves are calculations within a system. Defined by mathematic equations; where the state is pre-determined based on the parameters set within.
This is represented with visual, tested, quantifiable proof here:
“Artwork made with JILA’s new imaging technique, which rapidly and precisely measures quantum behavior in an atomic clock. The images are false-color representations of atoms detected in the ground state (blue) or excited state (red). The white region represents a fine mixture of atoms in the two states, which creates quantum “noise” in the image. This occurs because all the atoms were initially prepared in a quantum state of superposition, or both ground and excited states simultaneously, and the imaging measurement prompts a collapse into one of the two states. The imaging technique will help improve clock precision, add new atomic-level detail to studies of phenomena such as magnetism and superconductivity and, in the future, perhaps allow scientists to “see” new physics. Credit: Marti/JILA”
What the youtube videos show, is that the state of “Superposition” is an at rest state. It is not a state of simultaneous excitation and ground state, but a state of specific excitation; which is based solely on the adherence to parameters set within the outside bounds of the atomic structure; where the state itself is different in a location which is reliant on all other excitations around it.