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Linguistic Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics - Towards World-Description in Quantum Languguage By Shiro ISHIKAWA
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Inspired by the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics, the author introduces two axioms, one for measurement and the other for causality, to establish a new paradigm or world-description... More > called "linguistic interpretation" or "quantum language". The paradigm casts a new light on the wellknown problems in quantum mechanics including Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, EPR-paradox, Bell's inequality, Schrödinger's cat, Wheeler's delayed choice experiment, and double-slit experiment. He shows that the paradigm works not only in quantum systems but also in classical systems, referring to regression analysis and Kalman filter in statistics and so on. He emphasizes the paradigm is a natural consequence in the history of philosophy, and shows how the famous problems in philosophy are solved such as Leibniz=Clarke correspondence "What is space-time ?", Zeno's paradox , and the principle of equal probability. He thus leads us to a conclusion that quantum language is a core concept of science.< Less
B.Sc. Physics (Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics and Electrodynamics) By Dr. Anil R. Shitre
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Classical or Newtonian mechanics appeared on the 17th century and was very successful in describing the physics of the macroscopic world. However, in the beginning of the 20th century, experiments... More > revealed a series of atomic and subatomic phenomena that could not be explained by the old theory. This triggered the development of Quantum mechanics.In classical mechanics a system can be described by a number of dynamic variables. The goal is to be able to calculate the exact values of these variables at any given time and determine how these values evolve as a function of time t. Once the position of a particle within an one-dimensional system is known, a series of other variables such as the velocity, acceleration, momentum, potential and kinetic energy can be calculated.< Less
QUANTUM GRAVITY via Exact Classical Mechanics By Ron Pearson
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Since Einstein's theory of general relativity is incompatible with quantum theory the long sought theory of quantum gravity is derived from a new 'exact classical mechanics' ECM. All the experimental... More > checks supporting Einstein's relativity theories are matched equally well and four new experimental checks are proposed. Since the other three forces of nature are already covered by quantum theory this book completes the grand unification. It is a pre-requisite read for 'Dark Energy Mystery Solved by Big Breed Theory'. Knowledge of the calculus is assumed.< Less
QUANTUM GRAVITY via Exact Classical Mechanics By Ron Pearson
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A pre-requisite read before reading Dark Energy Mystery Solved by Big Breed Theory. This book of the series details the maths of a novel approach that provides a revision of Newton’s mechanics.... More > This starts off quantum compatible and yet matches Einstein's achievements. Consequently a solution to the vexed question of finding a paradox-free solution to quantum gravity appears naturally. This is the first time any solution has been put forward in any entirety and one that achieves the holy grail of physics – that of explaining how all the 4 forces found in the Universe all fit together. Knowledge of the calculus is assumed.< Less
Quantum Mechanics: Essential Review and Summary for Exam Review By Justin Harris
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A 6 page review summary for the basics of quantum mechanics. Initially written to help a student with no quantum mechanics background to understand the essentials of the theory well enough to solve... More > for various expectation values using a computer program.< Less
Quantum Mechanics: Essential Review and Summary for Exam Review By Justin Harris
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A 6 page review summary for the basics of quantum mechanics. Initially written to help a student with no quantum mechanics background to understand the essentials of the theory well enough to solve... More > for various expectation values using a computer program.< Less
Quantum Mechanics — What is wrong with it and how to fix it By Janeen Hunt
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This book contains much of the lost history of the development of quantum mechanics. The theory is controversial. This book explains why by going to the very foundations of Quantum Mechanics directly... More > from the mouths of its inventors, the honored and famous scientists. It is a telling exposé and a serious but almost irreverent treatment of atomic science that tacitly suggests outright fraud, blind denial of facts, and overly enthusiastic adoption of slanted interpretations of data. Although written for those familiar with quantum mechanics, it is not written as a technical article, but informally for the educated reader. It is hard-hitting and controversial, but researched and well-referenced with over 200 quotations from 97 sources. Using historical quotations by the founders of QM, this book suggests that a different theory of the atom can be and should have been introduced without resorting to assumptions that defy evidence and deny rationality, but rather relying on existing empirical data.< Less
Quantum Mechanics — What is wrong with it and how to fix it By Janeen Hunt
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This book contains much of the lost history of the development of quantum mechanics. The theory is controversial. This book explains why by going to the very foundations of Quantum Mechanics directly... More > from the mouths of its inventors, the honored and famous scientists. It is a telling exposé and a serious but almost irreverent treatment of atomic science that tacitly suggests outright fraud, blind denial of facts, and overly enthusiastic adoption of slanted interpretations of data. Although written for those familiar with quantum mechanics, it is not written as a technical article, but informally for the educated reader. It is hard-hitting and controversial, but researched and well-referenced with over 200 quotations from 97 sources. Using historical quotations by the founders of QM, this book suggests that a different theory of the atom can be and should have been introduced without resorting to assumptions that defy evidence and deny rationality, but rather relying on existing empirical data.< Less
Quantum Mechanics and Its Logical Sandpit: A Philosophical Examination By Daniel Deleanu
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A logosophistic approach to the unfalsifiability, hence eidetic fallacy, of quantum theory.
Quantum Pythagoreans By Mike Ivsin
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Numbers, operators, and degrees of independence facilitate creation and organization of the real environment. The explanation and application of quantum mechanics on atomic and cosmic scales is... More > suggested by the Pythagorean tradition< Less

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