Philosophy and Science: Dirac’s Principles Jean Louis Van Belle Mathematics, Philosophy of science, Physics, quantum mechanics June 10, 2019June 10, 2019 1 Minute AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related TaggedCopenhagen explanationCopenhagen interpretationDirac's Principles of Quantum Mechanicselectron spinelectron waveexplaining interferenceinterpretation of matter waveinterpretation of Planck unitsinterpretation of quantum mechanicsinterpretation of the wavefunctionP.A.M. DiracPaul Diracphoton wavespolarization statesPrinciples of Quantum Mechanicsrealist interpretation of quantum mechanicsrealist interpretation of the wavefunctionspin statestranslational stateswave-particle dualitywave-particle duality in electromagnetismzitterbewegungZitterbewegung interpretation Published by Jean Louis Van Belle View all posts by Jean Louis Van Belle Published June 10, 2019June 10, 2019
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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