Re: about an experiment that should have been done a 100 years back and the origins of magnetism



abhilash j pillai wrote:

in science definite causes should have definite results.

Neither quantum mechanics nor quantum field theory is deterministic.
The only apparent constraint is that observations be consistent. The
universe does not tolerate paradox.

so is it
possible for two observers(both in the same frame of reference ) to
have two different results or effects for the same or similar cause -
thank you

A relativistic universe has four distinct distances: luminosity
(inverse square), angular diameter, parallax, and proper motion. No
two of them need agree to maintain consistency. Clocks can only be
synchronized by being local. All that is only classical physics, h =
zero.

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