Extended Superposition Principle

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The Extended Superposition Principle is a principle based on conspansive duality, which puts separated events in space and time in immediate contact with each other. Instead of simply applying superposition to individual relationships like the state of a pair of particles (as in conventional quantum mechanics), the CTMU proposes that superposition applies to more general concepts such as space and time as a whole. Some of the proposed benefits of this principle is that it affords an explanation of quantum nonlocality and the mechanism of wavefunction collapse.