Quantum Physics


Features of the Hilbert Book Model

Authors: J.A.J. Van Leunen

All features of the Hilbert Book Model are described. The Hilbert Book Model is a simple model of fundamental physics that is strictly based on the axioms of traditional quantum logic. It uses a sequence of instances of an extension of a quaternionic separable Hilbert space that each represent a static status quo of the whole universe. The HBM applies quaternionic quantum state functions in order to offer a completely new view on the undercrofts of quantum physics.

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