Friday, 19 October 2012

Relativity and QM approaching

For a FQXi contest Klingman has written a very interesting essay on the nature of the wave function (1). His argument is that, just as the earth has been proved to bend and drag the fabric of space time by its mass, the electron having the highest mass density known kan also produce this 'C-field' (I'm not sure whether this is the bending or the dragging or both).

trajectories for the double split experiment
This C-field can be held responsible for de Broglie-Bohm-like trajectories which guide the particle resulting in the typical QM observations, like in the double split experiment.

Furthermore the self-interference behaviour of electrons in atoms can be better explained

  1. Nature of the wave function, Edwin Eugene Klingman,

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