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STEVE DUFOURNY wrote on February 19, 2009
reasonmclucus....... You say .....Gravity involves groups of particles that are organized,sure !
Of course ,the complexity is incredible because the number of combinations is important.
It will interesting to do the link with the Spheroidal comportment ,mathematically ,physically and evolution....
JOHN CAMPBELL wrote on January 1, 2009
Very interesting article. It is satisfying to know some researchers are pursuing alternate paths to 'explain' quantum mechanics. A theory that baffles everyone as to what it means is limited.
This theory must of course be supported, in preference to its competitors, by empirical evidence if we are to give it credence. The fact that it emerged from a different mathematical approach than that used by Bohm may be suggestive but adds little real support.
In the article we have this...
SALVIATI wrote on November 24, 2008
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An ultimate evidence for quantum entanglement would be a quantum computer that fulfills huge promises.
So far, I do not exclude the possibility that apparent symmetry and EPR can be alternatively explained just as consequences of inappropriate mathematics, cf.
http://home.arcor.de/eckard.blumschein /M283.html .
An analysis in terms of cosine transform shows that h_bar is not necessarily related to the imaginary unit.
John v. Neumann admitted in 1935 having lost...