Quantum Physics

   

Quantum and Hadronic Mechanics, the Diffusion and Iso-Heisenberg Representations

Authors: Diego L. Rapoport

It is appropiate to start by quoting Prof. Santilli: "a first meaning of the novel hadronic mechanics is that of providing the first known methods for quantitative studies of the interplay between matter and the underlying substratum. The understanding is that space is the final frontier of human knowledge, with potential outcomes beyond the most vivid science fiction of today". In this almost prophetic observation, Prof. Santilli has pointed out to the essential role of the substratum, its geometrical structure and the link with consciousness. In the present article, which we owe to the kind invitation of Prof. Santilli, we shall present similar views, specifically in presenting both quantum and hadronic mechanics as space-time fluctuations, and we shall discuss the role of the substratum. As for the problem of human knowledge, we shall very briefly indicate on how the present approach may be related to the fundamental problem of consciousness, which is that of self-reference.

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[v1] 6 Apr 2008

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