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... and Schrödinger wins the duel
Posted on Monday, August 23, 2010 @ 10:10:47 GMT by vlad


WGUGLINSKI writes: Along the development of Quantum Mechanics in the 20th Century, there was a dispute Schrödinger versus Heisenberg, because the first one did not accept the interpretation that Bohr and Heisenberg proposed for the theory.
According to Heisenberg, a theory had to be developed free of metaphysical concepts. When Schrödinger discovered the zitterbewegung in the Dirac's equation of the electron, he interpreted it as a physical phenomenon, according to which the electron would be moving with helical trajectory.
But a helical trajectory is a metaphysical concept, and from
Heisenberg's philosophical viewpoint it could not be accepted by the
scientific criterion.
So, while Schrödinger believed that Physics
must be developed by keeping some fundamental physical concepts
underlying the phenomena, unlike Heisenberg considered it disagree to
the scientific criterion, from which any metaphysical concept would have
to be eliminated in the development of a theory, in order that
Theoretical Physics would have to be developed from mathematical
concepts only.
The most physicists followed Heisenberg's
criterion. and so the scientific community has considered the
zitterbewegung as an abstract mathematical concept, with no physical
meaning:
"A reformulation of the Dirac theory shows that
zitterbewegung need not be attributed to the interference between
positive and negative energy states as originally proposed by
Schrödinger. Rather, it provides a physical interpretation for the
complex phase factor in the Dirac wave function generally" (see also Zitterbewegung by Quantum Field Theory Considerations  ZhiYong Wang, CaiDong Xiong )
Such
interpretation of zitterbewegung, according to the Heisenberg's
scientific criterion, is today incorporated to Quantum Field Theory, the
successor of Quantum Mechanics.
The duel Schrödinger versus
Heisenberg is not taught in the universities, because the professors try
to hide from the students that Schrödinger disagreed with the
philosophy of Quantum Mechanics.
The dispute between the two geniuses is described in the book THE MISSED UTURN, the duel Schrödinger vs Heisenberg
, by W. Guglinski. The Telesio Galilei Academy of Sciences decided to
publish the book in 2009, in a partnership with a publishing house of
London. But due to financial crisis of that year, the publishing house
had troubles, and the publication was canceled.
The book THE
MISSED UTURN was published in Brazil in October2008 by the Editora
Bodigaya, but the editor decided to change its title, and so he
published it with the title A EVOLUÇÃO DA M ECÂNICA QUÂNTICA o duelo Schrödinger vs Heisenberg (see it the link of Bodigaya).
Now a new experiment shows that Schrödinger wins the
duel: the experiment shows that photons have helical trajectory.
This new experiment was published in Phys. Rev. Letters in
July 2010, under the title “Unveiling a
Truncated Optical Lattice Associated with a Triangular Aperture Using Light's
Orbital Angular Momentum”
So, this new experiment with the light shows that,
concerning the zitterbewegung concept, Quantum Field Theory is wrong. The successor of Quantum Mechanics is not
correct, since QFT does not consider the zitterbewegung as a physical helical
trajectory of elementary particles.
Along the upcoming years, new experiments will show
that electrons have helical trajectory too, in the physical sense as proposed
by Schrödinger. He is the winner of the
duel.

 
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quantum computer will never be constructed (Score: 1) by vlad on Monday, August 23, 2010 @ 10:17:29 GMT (User Info  Send a Message) http://www.zpenergy.com  WGUGLINSKI writes: For a quantum computer to run, it depends on the quantum phenomenon named entanglement.
Then, if entanglement does not exist, then a quantum computer cannot work.
So, the question is : is entanglement actually real, as claimed by the physicists ?
Entanglement Sudden Death (ESD)
The physicists claim that quantum entanglement has been confirmed by several experiments. However those experiments have been interpreted from the foundations of Quantum Mechanics. Then the question actually is: are the foundations of Quantum Mecanics correct ?
When
the researchers tried to apply the entanglement for the development of
the quantum computer, they discovered that something very strange
happens: the entanglement misteriously disapears.
The
theorists called such phenomenon as “entanglement sudden death” (ESD),
and they believe that it happens because in Nature everything exhibits
the trend of vanishing itself.
However the actual meaning of ESD is another one: it just shows that entanglement does not exist.
And when the physicists try to apply it to the construction of a
computer, the machine cannot work, because the entanblement exists only
in the theories of Quantum Mechanics, it does not exists in Nature.
Herein
we will undestand the reason why the physicists believe that there is
sudden death of entanglement, and we will also understand why
entanglement actually does not exist, as shown in the book Quantum Ring
Theory.
See article in Peswiki: http://peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:quantum_computer_will_never_be_constructed#.27.27.27References.27.27.27 [www.zpenergy.com]



Einstein was right! (Score: 1) by mmfiore on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 @ 06:34:09 GMT (User Info  Send a Message)  Einstein was right about the shortcomings of Quantum Mechanics and so therefore String Theory is also the incorrect approach. As an alternative to Quantum Theory there is a new theory that describes and explains the mysteries of physical reality. While not disrespecting the value of Quantum Mechanics as a tool to explain the role of quanta in our universe. This theory states that there is also a classical explanation for the paradoxes such as EPR and the WaveParticle Duality. The Theory is called the Theory of Super Relativity. This theory is a philosophical attempt to reconnect the physical universe to realism and deterministic concepts. It explains the mysterious. 


conspiracy: physicists against the helical trajectory (Score: 1) by vlad on Saturday, November 13, 2010 @ 21:33:45 GMT (User Info  Send a Message) http://www.zpenergy.com  WGUGLINSKI writes: I discovered that there is a fear among physicists on two figures of the book Quantum Ring Theory.
I posted the two figures in several communities of physics in orkut, and in all of them the two figures were deleted.
In the community OUR UNIVERSE, the moderator Frank deleted them three times: http://www.orkut.com.br/Main#CommMsgs?cmm=13952&tid=5504981079330147466&na=2&nst=35
The two figures were posted by me in topics with the title "books of Theoretical Physics in 2050" . The two figures are the following:
http://peswiki.com/index.php/Image:NewHIDmodelscriptTELESIOfig4.JPG
http://peswiki.com/index.php/Image:NewHIDmodelscriptTELESIOfig5.JPG
Why are the physicists afraid of the two figures?
It's easy to understand why.
The
successes of the Bohr model of hydrogen atom cannot be accidental,
because such hypothesis is impossible, from the mathematical
probability. Therefore, in spite of Bohr model is wrong, however something is correct in his model. His model cannot be 100% wrong.
But according to Quantum Mechanics, Bohr's theory must be 100% wrong. Let's see why.
Bohr
used the centripetal acceleration on the electron in his calculus, in
the instant of a photon emission. Therefore, according to his theory,
the centripetal acceleration plays a role in the mechanism of the photon
emission.
According to Quantum Mechanics, it's impossible to
have a centripetal acceleration on the electron. Because the existence
of the centripetal acceleration requires the existence of a trajectory.
But in QM it's impossible the electron to have trajectory (because as
there is attraction protonelectron, if the electron would be moving
into the electrosphere of the proton, it would suffer acceleration, and
it would have to emit a continuous spectrum, and it is known that the
atom does not emit a continuous spectrum).
So, as it is
impossible to have centripetal acceleration on the electron, then
according to Quantum Mechanics the Bohr's theory must be 100% wrong.
Otherwise, if Bohr theory is not 100% wrong, then Quantum Mechanics cannot be 100% correct.
Therefore,
Quantum Mechanics cannot explain the successes of Bohr. And in order
to consider that QM is 100% correct, it's indispensable to consider
that Bohr's successes are accidental. Obviously the physicists have a
paradox in the hand, because from the mathematical probability it's
impossible to consider Bohr's successes as merely accidental.
The
successes of Bohr theory are explained by considering the hydrogen
model proposed in Quantum Ring Theory, which shows that the centripetal
acceleration on the electron exists, but it is not like Bohr imagined.
The centripetal acceleration appears on the electron due to its helical
trajectory. This is shown in the two figures deleted by the physicists
in the community of orkut. The centripetal acceleration on the electron does NOT play a role in the mechanism of the photon emission, like Bohr imagined. However, the centripetal acceleration exists, like Quantum Ring Theory shows, and Quantum Mechanics cannot explain its existence.
The
physicists try to hide from the people that Quantum Ring Theory has
solved the mistery of the successes of Bohr theory, because Quantum
Mechanics is unable to explain them. 



