I summarized my 60-odd papers into one ‘manifesto’: it outlines what amounts to a full-blown classical interpretation of quantum mechanics. Have a look at it and let me know what you think ! ðŸ™‚

I should probably do a last paper on quantum-mechanical tunneling and potential barriers and their corollary, of course: potential wells. Indeed, the ring current model comes with a dynamic view of the fields surrounding charged particles. Potential barriers should, therefore, not be thought of as static fields: they vary in time. They are the *joint *result of two or more charges moving around. Hence, a particle breaking through a â€˜potential wallâ€™ or coming out of a potential â€˜wellâ€™ probably just uses an opening which corresponds to a classical trajectory.Â However, it is not an easy analysis: it should be relativistically correct and we, therefore, need to describe the fields in terms of the *vector* potential and all that. I’ll need to look the math again here.

Post scriptum (1 June 2020):Â I just added an introduction to the paper. It talks about recent attempts to explain what might be going on inside of the atomic nucleus in terms of *electromagnetic interactions only*. Such analyses are usually referred to as an electromagnetic theory of nuclear interaction or â€“ using more formidable language â€“ nuclear lattice effective field theory (NLEFT) and they will, hopefully, gain much more acceptance in the future.[1] They shouldâ€”because they make sense! ðŸ™‚

[1] Easily accessible references are, for example, Bernard Schaeffer (2016) or Paolo Di Sia (2018).