Quantum Physics


Theory of an Electro-Cordic Field Operating in Quantum Systems II

Authors: R. Wayte

Abstract: The physical nature of proposed electro-cordic guidewaves has been demonstrated by applying the theory to relativistic potential wells and a simple harmonic system. Interference observed in Young's slits and the Michelson interferometer has also been explained as due to active guidewave fields controlling photons. Entanglement is interpreted in terms of real coupling by interlinked guidewaves between particles or photons; so wavefunction collapse occurs when this physical link is broken. Superconductivity requires real material binding for electron-pair creation and correlation.

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