Relativity and Cosmology


Relativity Theory and Quantum Theory Are Caused by Quantitative Effects

Authors: Hu Chang-Wei

The relativity theory and quantum theory mark an epoch in physics. But they are always to give person a kind of unnatural and indistinct feel. Generally, it is considered that the world is just so originally; while we consider that it is caused by the quantitative effects, which is the variability of actual quantitative standards, it makes the invariable into the variable and makes the variable into the invariable. The relativistic effects are a kind of quantitative effect, while the quantum is the reflection of the quantitative effects of relativity theory in microscopic system.

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[v1] 27 Jan 2008

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