posted on Nov, 7 2004 @ 12:19 AM
ah my fault:
premonition means to have a feeling before things happens.
Quantum mechanics says that a particle chooses between different histories. For example a particle may choose trajectory 1, 2, 3,.... infinity. So the
particle chooses from an infinity of possibilities. when you measure the position and momentum, quantum mechanics says that the wave associated with
the particle collapses and actually you get to measure a set of position/momentum. (one from the 1,2,3,... infinity).
Also classical mechanics says that the particle chooses the trajectory which makes the action stationary.
All these put together gives an idea that things aren't set up before you measure them. They HAPPEN when you MEASURE them. Is there a possibility to
find out what happens, BEFORE you measure them? This is the question and finding out what happens before you actually measure them would mean that you
had a premonition.
One thing postulated in physics are tahions that travels with speeds higher than speed of light. One may postulate that objects emits tahions and
because they travel with speeds higher than speed of light then they travel in past. (according with einstein;s relativity). So if you detect these
tahions (somehow; I don;t know how!) you may be able to make a premonition and find out the things BEFORE they happen
maintaining the quantum