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Quantum Mechanics' Return to Local Realism



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Quantum Mechanics' Return to Local Realism
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This book proposes a model of the light knot electronic structure and the theory of quantum inverse measurement, showing that diffraction experiments can be explained by directional quantization. It points out that there exists a logical loophole in the interpretation process of quantum entanglement, and proves that there is a paradox in the uncertainty relationship. As such, the book lays the foundation for the establishment of local-realism quantum mechanics and successfully establishes the quantum mechanics of localized realism and determinism is successfully established. It will appeal to university students, teachers, and scientists, as well as science lovers.

Author Biography

Runsheng Tu is an engineer in quality inspection. His research focuses on the fields of management science and theoretical physics, and he has established the theory of relative absoluteness, the cells universe theory, the particle structure model for light-knots, and local realism quantum mechanics. He has published more than 80 papers.
Release date Australia
September 1st, 2018
Unabridged edition
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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