: I'll try to answer. In Silong's new theory, the imaginary part of the complex function is used in the derivation of the Schrödinger equation, but its meaning was not discussed. I think the imaginary part of the complex function is the part of the deflections that we can't see.
Assuming that there are an infinite number of eyes observing a star in space, then the intensity of the light emitted by the star in space will not change after the countless deflections have been superimposed. Each eye sees a beam of light that is deflected as it moves relative to the star. Every point in space can be imagined as a reference motion relative to a star, so the universe seems to be full of space deflections, but we just focus on our observations and measurements, as certainty, and enjoy our lives. Countless lights are bifurcated or superimposed, and after overlapping, the images of light do not change, and there is no interaction between the countless deflections. Each eye, real or imagined, is paired with the star as an independent deflecting frame.
: You seem to be comparing parallel universes, Yujun. The space deflection in the imaginary part of the complex function and parallel universes are imagined and both belong to the expression of the imaginary part of the complex function. How many parallel universes exist? There are infinitely many, so the frames of space deflection are also infinitely many.
: We don't care how many there are, because they don't interact. It makes sense to map the space deflections onto parallel universes. We ignore what we don't experience and trust our own eyes. The empirical evidence of physics does not include imagination, i.e. imagination cannot be used as empirical evidence of physics.
: The rotation effect of a particle with countless imaginary references is called superposition or non-locality of probability distribution, which is one of the quantum properties in the space of rotation. Jinkai: The question you just asked can be explained by the superposition effect of space deflection. That is, two people can pull the corner of the table to the left and right at the same time. We can also assume that the double slits are two people pulling the corner of the table, one to the left and the other to the right, and the result is that the photons go both left and right.
Space can be superimposed without interaction. This superposition effect can explain the phenomenon of quantum double-slit interference.
: I see. The phenomenon of double-slit interference is when a single photon or beam of light passes through two slits at the same time. But we are talking about a situation where countless rays are passing through an open space, a state of superposition and non-locality. We can imagine that there are many, many fine slits in space, countless rays of light passing through countless slits, and the interference effect is not visible. The light and dark stripes are intertwined and not visible at all. Although space deflections beyond our observations fill the universe, the universe has not become chaotic.
The deflection of space has been proven to be a physical discovery, whereas parallel universes are not yet empirical and are still in our imagination.
: Let's look at two hypothetical experiments. The first time we use a light source to fire at the target screen with no obstructions in the light path. The second time we shoot individual photons one at a time at the target screen, each time placing a single, double or multiple slits screen randomly in the path, and the slits can be cut randomly in any direction on the slits screen. As long as the number of individual photons emitted is large enough, we can see that the images on the target screen of two experiments are the same. This proves that there are countless patterns of diffraction and interference overlapping under the illumination of the light source, which we cannot distinguish. Fortunately, this overlapping effect doesn't affect our ability to take pictures at all.
: We can also imagine that space is full of double slits and we can't tell the patterns apart because of what we call superposition or overlapping. The phenomenon of double-slit interference occurs because all paths except two slits are stopped. When the double-slit screen is removed, the light hits the viewing screen directly, and there are still so many superimposed striped patterns that we can't tell them apart.
: Yes, the same reason applies to space deflections. So full of deflections means no deflections to show.
: After all this talk, the point is to prove that space deflection or rotation is the only "concurrent" phenomenon in the universe that is not limited to the speed of light and has nothing to do with the distance between related frames. This is a very important discovery that can be used to easily explain the strange quantum phenomena.