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Why does quantum claustrophobia occur?

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Why does quantum claustrophobia occur?

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- anonymous

because it just does, ok.. chilll!!! I am really mad at you

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ok.... let me just tell you what I know....
I dont know much.. but go to http://www.physicsclassroom.com/

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Thanks!

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what country are you from?

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Sweden, you?

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paris, france

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u from stockholm?

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Nice, well yeah

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I've taken a number of years of physics and chemistry both, and I still can't claim to 'understand' the Pauli exclusion principle. What I do understand of it makes more sense mathematically than physically, so I'm not sure how to explain things.
This is the difficulty explaining QM to someone who has had limited math.

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'In relativistic quantum field theory, the Pauli principle follows from applying a rotation operator in imaginary time to particles of half-integer spin. Since, nonrelativistically, particles can have any statistics and any spin, there is no way to prove a spin-statistics theorem in nonrelativistic quantum mechanics.'
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So yeah, gotta learn quite a bit before I can understand that.

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it is because of physics

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