A view at matter under the picoscope
We are still far from having a rational theory of light and matter that is in accordance with the facts!... We have far more experimental material than we need. Albert Einstein, 1952
|Contribute to a major change in the comprehension of Nature||I believe only a bold speculation could help us to progress, and not an accumulation of experimental facts.Albert Einstein, 1952|
Bring up critical and constructive reflections on physics concepts that help opening new ways in physics research.
|Making sense of Quantum Mechanics||NEW!||Powerpoint presentation with rotating arrows|
|QM and Observation on Macroscopic Arrows||Quantum rules are also valid for ordinary objects of the macroscopic domain|
|Rotating Vector Model for Fundamental Particles||Derivation of the particles wavefunction with the help of a rotating vector|
|The Concept Of Inertia||In the Rotating Vector Model, inertia proceeds from pure mechanical considerations on massless particles|
|Reconsider Matter||Text published in Fusion n░75, march-april 1999|
|Single photon refracts||An alternative view on refraction|
|EPR Controversy||The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen debate in the light of a materion model|
The physical materion model helps to view quantum phenomena in a deterministic way, from a very reduced number of assumptions. Program simulation illustrates this assertion.
|Collision simulation||Java routine with collision simulation between two materions|
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