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Anti Heisenberg III - Refutation Of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle By Ilija Barukcic
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Abstract. Heisenberg's uncertainty principle concerning a series of measurements of a quantum mechanical observable is already refuted. A series of measurements of a quantum mechanical observable is... More > grounded on a single measurement. Thus far, one might assume that Heisenberg's uncertainty principle is refuted for a single measurement too. We must remember, however, that a single measurement of a quantum mechanical observable (in a given state) is related to the wave function of a quantum mechanical observable (in a given state). We conclude, therefore, that there should be a relationship between the wave function and Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. This paper is about to make the prove that Heisenberg's uncertainty principle is refuted concerning a single measurement too.< Less
RELATIVITY (Illustrated Special and General Relativity) By Albert EINSTEIN
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Albert Einstein [Germany] (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the general theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics... More > (alongside quantum mechanics). While best known for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2 which has been dubbed "the world's most famous equation"), he received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics "for his services to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect". This book is intended, as far as possible, to give an exact insight into the theory of Relativity to those readers who, from a general scientific and philosophical point of view, are interested in the theory, but who are not conversant with the mathematical apparatus of theoretical physics. The work presumes a standard of education corresponding to that of a university matriculation examination, and, despite the shortness of the book, a fair amount of patience and force of will on the part of the reader.< Less
Quantum Weirdness: Einstein vs. Bohr By Andrea Diem-Lane
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This book is a brief introduction to the famous Einstein-Bohr debate over the implications of quantum theory with a special focus on the philosophical ramifications of Heisenberg's uncertainty... More > principle. We are fortunate that there exists a fairly extensive record of the conversations between these two eminent thinkers. Indeed, it isn't hyperbolic to call the Einstein-Bohr conflict one of the greatest intellectual debates of modern times, nay of any time period. This book begins with an overview of quantum theory and its early development. It also explores some of its weirder aspects, including the dual aspect of light quanta.< Less
I sandali di Einstein Introduzione all’estetica dello spaziotempo (Anteprima) By Antonino Saggio
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La nostra generazione vede il mondo allo stesso modo delle precedenti? È possibile che scienza e arte abbiano, di volta in volta, mutato il modo di entrare in relazione con la... More > realtà? Molti ancora non ne sono consapevoli perché educati unicamente all’interno del mondo classico della geometria di Euclide, della matematica di Cartesio e della fisica di Newton, ma la scienza del XX secolo ha prodotto due monumentali interpretazioni che hanno minato alla base l’abituale nozione di spazio e di tempo. Negli stessi anni, l’arte ha esplorato lo spazio scoprendone analogie con l’indagine scientifica. Inaugurando la collana «Gli Strumenti» diretta da Antonino Saggio, Claudio Catalano compie un affascinante percorso tra scienza ed arte: da Newton a Boullée da Riemann a Turner, da van Gogh a Poincaré, da Einstein a Duchamp, da Heisenberg e Bohr a Cage. Ne nasce un percorso ricco di scoperte e a tratti entusiasmante che spingerà il lettore a ipotizzare nuove dimensioni del proprio operare.< Less
I sandali di Einstein Introduzione all’estetica dello spaziotempo (eBook) By Claudio Catalano
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La nostra generazione vede il mondo allo stesso modo delle precedenti? È possibile che scienza e arte abbiano, di volta in volta, mutato il modo di entrare in relazione con la... More > realtà? Molti ancora non ne sono consapevoli perché educati unicamente all’interno del mondo classico della geometria di Euclide, della matematica di Cartesio e della fisica di Newton, ma la scienza del XX secolo ha prodotto due monumentali interpretazioni che hanno minato alla base l’abituale nozione di spazio e di tempo. Negli stessi anni, l’arte ha esplorato lo spazio scoprendone analogie con l’indagine scientifica. Inaugurando la collana «Gli Strumenti» diretta da Antonino Saggio, Claudio Catalano compie un affascinante percorso tra scienza ed arte: da Newton a Boullée da Riemann a Turner, da van Gogh a Poincaré, da Einstein a Duchamp, da Heisenberg e Bohr a Cage. Ne nasce un percorso ricco di scoperte e a tratti entusiasmante che spingerà il lettore a ipotizzare nuove dimensioni del proprio operare.< Less
AutoRicerca - Volume 19, Year 2019 - Observer Effect By Editore: Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi
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AutoRicerca is a journal whose mission is to publish writings of value on the topic of inner research (but not only). This nineteenth issue of AutoRicerca is entirely dedicated to the topic of... More > quantum physics, with three essays by Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi. The first is an updated and expanded edition of a booklet that the author published in 2013, entitled "Observer Effect". The second is the "transliteration" of a video that the author published in 2012, on the subject of the Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and quantum non-spatiality. Finally, the third is a short article in which the possibility of spontaneous self-teleportation of a human body is explored.< Less
Quantum Theory: A concise guide for beginners By Paul Bennett
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Quantum theory is a fascinating but notoriously difficult subject to master. However its impact on the modern world is considerable and it will be of increasing technological importance in the... More > future. Quite simply we live in a quantum world, and the aim of this book is to convey the basics of this subject and at the same time show how interesting and all-pervading this topic has become. Most of the explanation is given in terms of diagrams and simple descriptions, without recourse to the difficult mathematics that usually accompanies this subject. In the book I have attempted to convey the history and philosophy behind the theory, which has had a turbulent past and was even rejected by Einstein. The book commences with Planck’s introduction of his famous constant and its relevance to understanding light and progresses onto the application of quantum theory to the atom itself< Less
Quantum Theory: A concise guide for beginners By Paul Bennett
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Quantum theory is a fascinating but notoriously difficult subject to master. However its impact on the modern world is considerable and it will be of increasing technological importance in the... More > future. Quite simply we live in a quantum world, and the aim of this book is to convey the basics of this subject and at the same time show how interesting and all-pervading this topic has become. Most of the explanation is given in terms of diagrams and simple descriptions, without recourse to the difficult mathematics that usually accompanies this subject. In the book I have attempted to convey the history and philosophy behind the theory, which has had a turbulent past and was even rejected by Einstein. The book commences with Planck’s introduction of his famous constant and its relevance to understanding light and progresses onto the application of quantum theory to the atom itself. Other titles include "Special Relativity: A concise guide for beginners"< Less
On a certain practical uncertainty By Federico Federici
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To most human beings on Earth, the difference between Newton’s theory and Einstein’s is so infinitesimal that can only be expressed in scientific terms. In this long poem, Einstein's... More > Relativity and other topics of modern Physics are addressed from an entirely new poetical perspective, accompanied by visual poetry and asemic tables.< Less
The Equivalence Of Gravitational Field And Time II By Ilija Barukcic
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Abstract I (29.06.2010). Time is equivalent to gravitational field and vice versa. Abstract II(29.06.2010). Heisenberg uncertainty principle refuted.

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