Authors: Manfred Buth
Three claims are justified: (a) The rules of quantum statistics are irrelevant for the ingoing particles of scattering processes. (b) They must be confined to systems that are interacting or have interacted with one another in the past, as for instance the outgoing particles of a scattering process. In these cases the results of quantum statistics are valid, but only as empirical rules and not as fundamental principles. The usual deduction of quantum statistics in quantum field theory, especially by the canonical formalism is not acceptable. (c) The results of quantum statistics can be understood as a special case of nonlocal phenomena.
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