Black asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 2 months ago

Consistent Histories interpretation of quantum mechanics?

So I just recently heard about this interpretation of quantum mechanics. The Wikipedia article is poorly written, so it's of no help. So my understanding of it seems to be that it describes particles that can take many paths, but all of its paths end up in the same place at the end once it's measured. So somewhat like the Many Worlds Interpretation, but instead of it resulting in multiple universes, it results in all multiverses converging into one universe again. Does that sound about right for this interpretation?

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