The Dynamical Roles Played by Mass and Proper Time in Physics
Part of the The Frontiers Collection book series (FRONTCOLL)
If EPR (Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen) had been correct in 1935, and “elements of reality” actually existed, the subsequent history of quantum theory would have been completely different, and much more conservative.
KeywordsGravitational Potential Dynamical Variable Proper Time Uncertainty Principle Hamiltonian Formalism
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Here are some articles I have written that are relevant to the subject.
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