Quantum Physics


Intuitive Physics from Natures Elements; Inertial Fields Wind, Water, Racing Yachts, and the Discrete Field Model.

Authors: Peter A Jackson

It may seem that we have no more natural intuition about Relativity than we have about quantum mechanics (QM) yet nature has revealed far more than we yet understand, including in the elements on Earth. Einstein said; "we don't yet understand 1,000th of 1% of what nature has revealed to us." But with mathematics being considered the only language of physics we suggest we are missing and failing to translate important parts of the language of nature. Intuition can only come with good knowledge and experience, and assumption is the enemy of knowledge and destroyer of logic. We give an example of a better approach to empiricism, one of conceptual logic informed by both experience of nature and knowledge of physics theory. The results support the discrete field model (DFM) of mutually exclusive reference frames, which unifies Relativity and QM on a united field basis, explaining the constant speed of light for all emitters and observer frames, removing all the paradox from physics and many of the anomalies from astrophysics.

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[v1] 9 Jun 2011
[v2] 21 Jun 2011

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