Quantum mechanics revisited by Lee Smolin in 2006 and Lubos Motl’s arXiv trackback to it

Reference information for: Theory of ‘Virtual Particles’ Regarding Spontaneous Pure Nuclear Fusion Energy – Basic Primer https://edwardmd.wordpress.com/2014/12/14/theory-of-virtual-particles-regarding-spontaneous-pure-nuclear-energy-basic-primer/

2006: Seems like lifetimes ago.. and it is unfortunately.  Seems like the only way to get information is tangential information on the subject that hasn’t been scrubbed yet.

Dr Ed

Quantum field theory

In an earlier post, it was explained that mainstream first quantization (e.g., the Schroedinger wave equation or the Heisenberg matrices) was known non-relativistic since the 1920s and to falsely quantize the wrong variables: first quantization falsely keeps the Coulomb field potential classical and makes position/momentum intrinsically uncertain, instead of allowing the random, chaotic exchange of field quanta between charges to produce the indeterminism and uncertainty of atomic electron orbits.

“Bohr … said: “… one could not talk about the trajectory of an electron in the atom, because it was something not observable.” … Bohr thought that I didn’t know the uncertainty principle … it didn’t make me angry, it just made me realize that … [ they ] … didn’t know what I was talking about, and it was hopeless to try to explain it further. I gave up, I simply gave up …”

– 1965 physics Nobel Laureate Richard…

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