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Is the wavefunction in quantum mechanics ontological?
Yes, absolutely. It represents a real, physical fluctuation.
Yes. It _is_ the physical realization of quantum probabilities.
Yes, but my reason is given below.
No way! It's just a convenient mathematical tool.
No. While it _represents_ something very real and may be inseparable from reality, it does not have its own ontological status.
No, but my reason is given below.
I am agnostic on the issue.
This is an unanswerable question.
What's a wavefunction?
Posted 9 years.
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