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    How do I show a single state trying to cross a potential well has less frequency osci

    How do I show a single state trying to cross a potential well has less frequency oscillation instead of more?

    This could be a branch of QM called "Physicality"

    Holographic Mass, frequency oscillation, and when forces intervene are all major suspects in this investigation.

    Holographic Mass: quantum wave mass in the form of information
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    That single state is the same as an observed particle, decoherence. And with it comes the inability to tunnel. Does it naturally have a frequency of ground state? You need energy to tunnel. Without frequency oscillation from a wave ..it isn't going to tunnel.

    The kinetic energy is open to forces (because it is a single state - observed) and the mass is physical, so the potential well acts on it. Kinetic energy is constant if it was a wave. Unobserved quantum waves are immune to forces.

    Is this frequency oscillation I'm asking about the same thing as "Quantum Harmonic Oscillation"? And that zero point vibration, uncertainty, isn't enough to allow a classical particle (normalized single state) to tunnel?

    Symmetry is related to forces, so is there a connection to a difference between coherence and decoherence?

    Could the strings in string theory be unobservable quantum waves? Holographic Mass?

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