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swoosh18

1) Show explicitly (by means of the collapse postulate for 2-particle systems) that if the state of a certain pair of particles is separable, then a measurement on either one of them can have no effect whatsoever on the physical reality of the other.

2) Explain how the linearity of the dynamical equations of motion lead to the measurement problem. What assumptions go into your argument?

(these questions are in reference to David Albert's book: Quantum Mechanics and Experience