Quantum theoretical physics is statistical and relativistic
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We present a new theoretical framework for the “quantum” mechanism. We base it on a strict deterministic behavior of single systems. The conventional QM equation, however, is found to describe statistical results of many classical systems. We will see, moreover, that a rigorous synthesis of our theory requires relativistic kinematics.So, QM is not only a classical statistical theory, it is, of necessity, a relativistic theory. The equation of our theory does not just duplicate QM, it indicates an inherent nonlinearity in QM which is subject to experimental verification. We show, therefore, that conventional QM is a corollary of classical deterministic principles. We suggest this concept of nature conflicts with that prevalent in modern physics.
KeywordsField Theory Elementary Particle Quantum Field Theory Theoretical Physic Statistical Result
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