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Does chronological time only apply to the existence of material objects?


According to Quantum Physics (assuming I've interpreted what I've been reading correctly) energy and matter are the same thing. An object is either in waveform (non-physical) , or is in its material form, e.g. an electron. When it is in waveform its whereabouts can be anywhere and everywhere, e.g. a thousand light years away. It is only by observing it that it 'becomes', or 'turns' into something observable and has a location. I guess I'm really asking, does that which is non-phycial have a 'shelf lif?.

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