# Philosophy and Science: Dirac’s Principles

- Tagged
- Copenhagen explanation
- Copenhagen interpretation
- Dirac's Principles of Quantum Mechanics
- electron spin
- electron wave
- explaining interference
- interpretation of matter wave
- interpretation of Planck units
- interpretation of quantum mechanics
- interpretation of the wavefunction
- P.A.M. Dirac
- Paul Dirac
- photon waves
- polarization states
- Principles of Quantum Mechanics
- realist interpretation of quantum mechanics
- realist interpretation of the wavefunction
- spin states
- translational states
- wave-particle duality
- wave-particle duality in electromagnetism
- zitterbewegung
- Zitterbewegung interpretation

**Published**

Nice!

Thanks ! I sent it to a few academics with whom I’ve had more technical conversations on this or that aspect, but they are remarkably silent. I guess no one quite knows what to do with this. The Emperor Has No Clothes. 99% of modern-day physics is just about showing off mathematical prowess. No one is interested in a real story.

As usual, final version of this paper can be found on Phil Gibbs’ pre-publishing site (http://vixra.org/author/jean_louis_van_belle). The final version has some corrections. The energy equipartition theorem, for example, is valid – and then it’s not. The more fundamental law is the Planck-Einstein relation. Final version has those corrections. Have fun with it ! Jean Louis