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To get true answers from this complex math, physicists multiply the wave function by the negative version of itself. The result is the probability of observing an object with the properties specified in the wave function. Summing up all the squares of all solutions for any quantum object always gives 100%. The Schrödinger equation takes every possibility into account. This is confusing but not surprising.
The fundamental instrument of quantum mechanics, of which all its singularities are composed, is the wave function. Every possible state of a quantum object, every possible measurement result is a solution of the Schrödinger equation. This simple equation is similar to the one that describes moving waves - enough to confuse Erwin Schrödinger with calling his solutions wave functions - but quantum waves are abstract, not real. Unlike ocean or sound breakwaters, wave functions always contain imaginary numbers.
 

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What is this thread actually saying?
What are the "INFJ problems" that are presented?
Why would, I would assume, doing the equivalent of, solving a wave function by multiplying it by the negative version of itself?
Interesting idea being postulated considering, as it seems to present a potential solution that is needlessly complex, and the impetus to needlessly complicate things is, in my experience, the biggest problem facing an INFJ.
Sometimes, problems and solutions are just simple, and we simply spend so much time overthinking them, when a quick action was that might have been needed to solve something.
 

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my wave function for infj makes the contradiction of infj simple .. in everyday life
 

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Excellent, finally some good news... because every day I have issues with my wave function.
 
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