05-28-2016, 04:08 PM

The problem is, does it go ever outside the equilibrium?

Once whatever we actually do is nicely described by some QT state, it follows that it is nicely described by a dBB state in quantum equilibrium, which is there already from the start and never leaves it. For me, the question is not about the real technical possibilities - there is not even a theory which gives us a hint what we would need to reach some non-equilibrium.

Once whatever we actually do is nicely described by some QT state, it follows that it is nicely described by a dBB state in quantum equilibrium, which is there already from the start and never leaves it. For me, the question is not about the real technical possibilities - there is not even a theory which gives us a hint what we would need to reach some non-equilibrium.