Quantum Physics


The Stochastic Nature of Quantum Physics

Authors: J.A.J. van Leunen

The stochastic nature of quantum physics can best be comprehended by shifting to another space-progression model. This other model is called a paginated space-progression model and uses a universe wide time clock that ticks synchronously at the location of all observable items/events. As a consequence this model proceeds with universe wide progression steps from each static status quo to the next one. A straight forward consequence is that the whole universe is recreated at every progression step. This recreation is used to explain the stochastic structure of elementary particles.

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