How to Make Quantum Ideas Less Counter-Intuitive: A Simple Analysis of Measurement Uncertainty Can Help
Our intuition about physics is based on macro-scale phenomena, phenomena which are well described by non-quantum physics. As a result, many quantum ideas sound counter-intuitive -- and this slows down students' learning of quantum physics. In this paper, we show that a simple analysis of measurement uncertainty can make many of the quantum ideas much less counter-intuitive and thus, much easier to accept and understand.
Technical Report: UTEP-CS-22-40