Philosophy – Education an Buggyrollin

Dec 1st 2014 rendition

Dec 1st 2014 rendition

Wonder why it is I feel as though I am senselessly jest repeating myself:)….ha…well maybe it is because I need to read and understand and know more about my werld I live in – both physically and spiritually:)…
couple a truths fer da day are like dis fer me!
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In a time of universal deceit – telling the truth is a revolutionary act.
(George Orwell) –
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You must be the change you wish to see in the world. (Mohandas Gandhi)
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All that is necessary for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing.
(Edmund Burke) –
Hell is Truth Seen Too Late.  😦

Thomas Hobbes)

.7 Quantum Theory: Wolff’s Explanation of the Einstein, Podolsky, Rosen (EPR) Experiment & Further Predictions
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Milo Wolff
Quantum Mechanics
Wave Structure Matter

‘The Ultimate Paradox – Bell’s Theorem’ by Milo Wolff, Exploring the Physics of the Unknown Universe, 1994

In l935, Albert Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen (EPR) put forward a gedanken (thought) experiment whose outcome they thought was certain to show that there existed natural phenomena that quantum theory could not account for. The experiment was based on the concept that two events cannot influence each other if the distance between them is greater than the distance light could travel in the time available. In other words, only local events inside the light sphere can influence one another.
Their experimental concept was later used by John Bell (1964) to frame a theorem which showed that either the statistical predictions of quantum theory or the Principle of Local Events is incorrect. It did not say which one was false but only that both cannot be true, although it was clear that Albert Einstein expected The Principle to be affirmed.

When later experiments (Clauser & Freedman 1972; Aspect, Dalibard, and Roger, 1982; and others) confirmed that quantum theory was correct, the conclusion was startling. The Principle of Local Events failed, forcing us to recognize that the world is not the way it appears. What then is the real nature of our world?
The important impact of Bell’s Theorem and the experiments is that they clearly thrust, a formerly only philosophical dilemma of quantum theory, into the real world. They show that post-modern physics’ ideas about the world are somehow profoundly deficient. No one understood these results and only scant scientific attention has been paid to them.

The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) and Spherical Standing Wave Interactions explains discrete Energy States of Quantum Physics (Quantum Theory / Quantum Wave Mechanics). A Simple Solution to the Particle / Wave Duality of Light and Matter, EPR, Non Locality & Quantum Entanglement.

If ya be bored or lewkin fer sumpin to do fer a few~JEST TRYIN TO MAKE THINGS A BIT MORE INTER+ESTIN HERE! 🙂 ~~

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HAVE A GREAT DAY! EVERY ONE wherever U be 🙂 

Q’ rollin right outa here lol

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'Planck's discovery of light 'quanta' has set science a fresh task: that of finding a new conceptual basis for all physics. The problem is still far from a satisfactory solution. (Albert Einstein on Max Planck / Quantum Theory)
Max Planck
Quantum Physics
Discrete Light Quanta
'All these fifty years of conscious brooding have brought me no nearer to the answer to the question, What are light quanta? Nowadays everyone thinks they know it, but they are mistaken.' (Albert Einstein on Quantum Theory)
Albert Einstein ‘Photon’
Quantum Theory
Photoelectric Effect
'Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum physics cannot possibly have understood it.' (Niels Bohr on Quantum Physics)
Niels Bohr Quantum
Physics Copenhagen Interpretation
'This suggested that electrons too could not be considered simply as particles, but that frequency (wave properties) must be assigned to them also.' (Louis de Broglie on Quantum Theory & discrete 'orbital' states of electrons)
Louis de Broglie
Physics Matter Waves
Particle Wave Duality
'I don't like it, and I'm sorry I ever had anything to do with it.' (Erwin Schrodinger on Born's Probability Wave Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics)
Erwin Schrodinger
Quantum Physics
Wave Equations
'I personally like to regard a probability wave as a real thing, certainly as more than a tool for mathematical calculations. ... how could we rely on probability predictions if we do not refer to something real and objective?' (Max Born on Quantum Theory)
Max Born
Quantum Physics
Probability Waves
'Light and matter are both single entities, and the apparent duality arises in the limitations of our language'. (Werner Heisenberg on Quantum Theory)
Werner Heisenberg
Quantum Mechanics
Uncertainty Principle
'One can always hope that there will be future developments which will lead to a drastically different theory from the present quantum theory and for which there may be a partial return of determinism.' (Paul Dirac on Quantum Theory)
Paul Dirac
Quantum Physics
Dirac Equation
'I think it is safe to say that no one understands quantum mechanics'. (Richard Feynman on Quantum Mechanics)
Richard Feynman
Quantum Physics
Electrodynamics QED
'Perhaps experimental parameters and experimental results are both consequences of some common hidden mechanism. Then the apparent non-locality could be simulated.' (John Bell on Quantum Physics)
John Bell’s Inequality
Quantum Mechanics
EPR P

 

da’ Paradox

'The notion that all these 'particles' are separately existent is evidently an illusion, and this illusion cannot do other than lead to endless conflict and confusion.' (David Bohm on Quantum Physics / Bohmian Mechanics)
David Bohm
Quantum Physics
Bohmian Mechanics
'The proposals of Clifford and Schrodinger are correct, an electron is a continuous wave structure of Space, not a discrete particle. The Schrodinger wave functions are not probabilities, they must be interpreted as matter itself.' (Milo Wolff on Quantum Mechanics)

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