Re-Creation in the Quantum World

The Quantum World is given new taste and new interpretation by adopting the Principle of Re-Creation. This is a new approach by which we can understand Quantum Mechanics and solve almost all the pending problems in understanding quantum mechanics. The basic idea is simple it says that every object in the world is subject to re-creation at a rate proportional to its total energy. As such, macroscopic objects are re-created with very high frequencies whereas atomic and subatomic particles are re-created with relatively low frequencies. It is shown that under re-creation there has to be an inherent uncertainty between complementary observable. This explains the origin of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, Re-creation can also explain for us the presence of many states describing the same system and why should we always find macroscopic objects in the same classical state while microscopic systems are found in multiple states.