Posts Tagged ‘classical resonance’

The quantum properties of non-point particles

Quantum theory: it’s unreal We know that everything in the universe including particles have physical size. Even so for the past 50 years, the Standard Model of particle physics which many say has given us the most complete mathematical description of the particles and forces that shape our world ignores this fact and treats them […]

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A classical interpretation of observer based reality.

Can one integrate the quantum mechanical interpretation of electromagnetism with the classical concepts of a particle and wave?  We think so. One of the most troubling aspects of its interpretation at least to classical or relativistic physicists is how the role of an observer defines the system under observation. The Electromagnetic Spectrum For example many […]

Infinities: what do they mean for Quantum theory.

Something that is infinite or the quality of having no limits or end cannot exist or be a part of the physically observable environment we live in primarily because it is finite. Some might disagree by pointing out that we cannot know the full extent of our universe because the speed of light puts limits […]

The vacuum catastrophe: A classical interpretation

The vacuum catastrophe is name given to the disagreement of over 100 orders of magnitude between measured values of the vacuum energy density and the theoretical zero-point energy predicted by Quantum Field Theory.  This discrepancy has been described as "the worst theoretical prediction in the history of physics." Supernovae Ia and Vacuum Energy Density The […]

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