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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
How Small Is It By David Butler
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Take a journey from the everyday backyard down to the smallest things that exist. • Start with the microscopic and dive into electron microscopes • Venture inside... More > the atom to see the nucleus • Probe inside the proton to find quarks • Understand the Standard Model of Particle Physics • See what the Higgs Boson really is< Less
SPINNING RING ELECTRON By Sorin Vlaicu
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Electron is certainly the most important elementary particle, even the only really elementary according to those who have considered all the others as originating in electrons. Nevertheless, after... More > twelve decades from its discovery the electron is an illogical corpuscle with no inner structure, but with exactly determined mass, electric charge, spin and magnetic moment specific to circular electric currents only, and even with a meaningless wave behavior in dense substance. This book offers not only a critical history of this surrealist electron, but also a lot of telling arguments for reconsidering the inceptive model of spinning ring electron, whose fundamental virtues are today much obvious than when it was interestedly replaced with the pointlike electron. More, this structural model proves to be very fruitful in outlining propitious inner structures for all the other elementary particles, seen as different shapes in which the Heisenberg’s universal matter can aggregate.< Less
Spinning Ring Electron By Sorin Vlaicu
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Electron is certainly the most important elementary particle, even the only really elementary according to those who have considered all the others as originating in electrons. Nevertheless, after... More > twelve decades from its discovery the electron is an illogical corpuscle with no inner structure, but with exactly determined mass, electric charge, spin and magnetic moment specific to circular electric currents only, and even with a meaningless wave behavior in dense substance. This book offers not only a critical history of this surrealist electron, but also a lot of telling arguments for reconsidering the inceptive model of spinning ring electron, whose fundamental virtues are today much obvious than when it was interestedly replaced with the pointlike electron. More, this structural model proves to be very fruitful in outlining propitious inner structures for all the other elementary particles, seen as different shapes in which the Heisenberg’s universal matter can aggregate.< Less
God Genesis By Michael Faust
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Many atheists consider Darwin’s theory of evolution the proof that God does not exist. On the contrary, it is the basis of God’s existence. God is not the creator of the universe but... More > rather its ultimate creation, the optimal expression of the inherent potential of the cosmos. He is the maximum actualization of possibility. Physicists say that anything not forbidden is compulsory. God is the compulsory apex of cosmic existence. Modern science has led to a complete loss of a religious sensibility in the Western world. Religious assertions increasingly sound crazy and ridiculous. The irony is that religion is ultimately scientific. There is no contradiction between science and religion. It is not religion that is abolished by science but atheism. Welcome to the world of the scientific God of cosmic evolution. God not only exists, he is inevitable. Here is the proof, from first principles.< 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
AutoRicerca - Volume 7, Year 2014 - Science, Reality & Consciousness 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 seventh issue is dedicated to the theme of the articulation between science,... More > reality and consciousness, and contains a long monographic article, written in the form of dialogue, by Massimiliano Sassoli de Bianchi.< 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
The Uncertainty Principle: A Philosophical Perspective By Harish Damodaran
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New Scientists talk the language of Indian Philosophers, especially, Vedantins. This is an attempt to introduce the vedantic implications of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.
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

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