- Surely You Must All be Joking: An Outsider's Critique of Quantum Physics, Randall C. O'Reilly, http://arxiv.org/abs/1109.0880
- The Classical Wave Theory of Matter, Dr. Robert A. Close, http://www.verumversa.com/
- A Physics-based Disproof of Bell’s Theorem, Edwin Eugene Klingman, http://www.geneman.com/pubs/physics_bell/A_Physics_based_Disproof_of_Bells_Theorem.pdf
Thursday, 15 September 2011
Another brick in the wall...
I came across some recent papers addressing alternatives to the classic quantum interpretation (Copenhagen view and related). Randall O'Reilly (1) argues that the formulas used in QM should be considered to be calculation tools, not describing the actual physical process, just as Newton was superseded by Einstein in describing gravity. Many paradoxes in QM can disappear when seeing matter as composed from just waves.
A somewhat similar line seems to have been followed by Robert Close (2), although I should admit I haven't read it yet. It's a 163 pages book that can be temporarily downloaded.
The last I like to mention is the work of Edwin Klingman (3), who summarizes some recent theoretical and experimental results that seems to invalidate the classical view of quantum processes