January 10, 2014

Quantum Field Theory: Perspective and Prospective

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By the 1960s, physicists began to suspect that many elementary particles, such as protons and neutrons, were not so elementary after all, but consisted of even more elementary particles. Naturally, the stories tend to become better and better as they are transmitted over and over. Wolfgang Pauli formulates the exclusion principle for electrons in an atom. In addition to the electromagnetic field with its associated photon particle, there are fields for quarks, and so on, including the Higg’s Field, that is, the field of the Higg’s Boson.
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January 10, 2014

Many-Particle Quantum Dynamics in Atomic and Molecular

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They are alternative, partial images of the selfsame thing.” [36] Eddington proposed the name “wavicle” for this higher-dimensional paradoxical entity. Fritjof Capra (1939–), who is perhaps most famous in this regard, has drawn analogies between issues that arise from the measurement problem and quantum nonlocality and what he takes to be Eastern commitments to the "connectedness" of all things. Energy is quantized into groups of E=hf, where h is Planck's constant.
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January 10, 2014

Advances in Quantum Chemistry, Volume 45: Theory of the

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These high-energy electrons are then shuffled through a cascade of reactions to make adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the molecule that fuels most cellular work. It is a non-local wave of probability, with no definite or objective existence in the ordinary sense. Some experiments today even allow us to test for slight variations of Einstein’s theory. It operates through our unconscious blind spots, and feeds on our unconscious looking away and avoiding relationship with parts of ourselves. [xii] Author Michael Talbot, writing about his “excessive optimism” regarding how the revelations of quantum physics will be ushering in a new paradigm, writes in Mysticism and the New Physics, “One of the reasons for my excessive optimism was that I did not realize how schizophrenic many physicists are when it comes to interpreting some of the new physics’ most astounding findings.… Time and experience has since taught me that some physicists are oddly schizoid when it comes to extrapolating or expanding beyond their immediate findings.
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January 10, 2014

The Arguments of Time (British Academy Centenary Monographs)

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For the same real state of S2 it is possible therefore to find (depending on one's choice of the measurement performed on S1) different types of ψ-function. (One can escape from this conclusion only by either assuming that the measurement of S1 (telepathically) changes the real state of S2 or by denying altogether that spatially separated entities possess independent real states. Almost out of desperation, he asked, as he lowered his dark sunglasses, "Do you not zink zat zee speed of light is very fast?"
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January 10, 2014

Hydrostatics and elementary hydrokinetics

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Leonard Susskind, Felix Bloch Professor of Physics, received a PhD from Cornell University and has taught at Stanford since 1979. The earliest fully developed and published version of Einstein's argument against the completeness of quantum mechanics appeared in a 1935 article co-authored with Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen and universally known by the initials of its authors, "EPR." The following is a little known, true story about Albert Einstein (attributed to Paul Harvey).
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January 10, 2014

Exploring the Quantum: Atoms, Cavities, and Photons (Oxford

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The second is the Copenhagen Interpretation’s fundamental measurement problem. Electrons, baseballs, stars—any moving body has wave properties and particle properties. Valter Moretti serves as an Associate Professor of Mathematical Physics at University of Trento (Italy). In 1905 Einstein discovered light-quanta without using Planck's law. If such chaos has rendered the product defective, Buyer shall not hold Manufacturer responsible. And it says, in a nutshell, that for every subatomic particle we're familiar with, like electrons, photons, and gravitons, there should also be a much heavier partner called a "sparticle," which so far no one has ever seen.
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January 9, 2014

Lectures on Fluid Dynamics: A Particle Theorist's View of

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Franke-Arnold and her team focused on the double-helix pattern. There Capra asserted that quantum theory has confirmed the traditional teaching of Eastern mystics: that human consciousness and the universe form an interconnected, irreducible whole. The droplet gently sloshes the liquid with every bounce. One of the crystals on which Willett says he has detected topological qubits. Instead, the wave function must satisfy more complicated mathematical boundary conditions as it is nonzero in regions outside the well.
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January 9, 2014

Kinetic Theory

Richard L. Liboff

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At any moment, to the extent we are aware of our true nature, we can help each other to remember… and to remember to remember. Well, an N-dimensional mixed state is represented mathematically by a N-by-N Hermitian matrix with positive eigenvalues. For the record, the reason that everything being connected to everything else does not allow us to be, (selects randomly from a pit of drivel), at one with the Universal consciousness, is that the subtle interconnectedness in quantum theory cannot be used to transmit information.
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January 9, 2014

Einstein's Method: A Fresh Approach to Quantum Mechanics and

Paul A. Klevgard

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The only problem is that we must jump the gap of no longer being able to describe the behavior in detail of particles in space. In this case, energy from one force (electromagnetism) gets used indirectly to produce pions and other particles that mediate nuclear forces. A simple calculation shows that the distance AB is of the order of the (de Broglie) wavelength of the particle. They imagined creating a pair of particles speeding away from each other, but with correlated properties–a position or momentum measurement on one particle would immediately tell you the position or momentum of the other.
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January 9, 2014

The Functional Analysis of Quantum Information Theory: A

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This is a consequence of the feature that distinguishes quantum theory from all other approaches to physics, the indeterminacy (or uncertainty) principle of Werner Heisenberg. Even in the 17th century, this was regarded as a bit much: Princess Elizabeth of Bohemia (oldest daughter of King James VI), wrote: “…it would be easier for me to concede matter and extension to the soul, than to concede the capacity to move a body and to be moved by it to an immaterial thing.” But the 20th century gave new life to dualism.
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