Quantum Physics

   

Infinitudinal Complexification

Authors: Jonathan Tooker

To the undoubted displeasure of very many detractors, this research program has heretofore focused on aspects of physics so fundamental that many of said detractors do not even acknowledge the program as physics. This paper responds to detractors' criticisms by continuing the program in the same direction and style as earlier work. We present one new quantitative result regarding the big bang and we find a particularly nice topic from fluid dynamics for qualitative treatment. A few other topics are discussed and we present quantitative results regarding the fine structure constant and the differential operator form of $\hat{M}^3$. This paper is somewhat reiterative as it calls attention to directions for further inquiry and continues to leave the hashing out of certain details to either a later effort or the eventual publication of results by those who have already hashed it out, possibly several years ago by now.

Comments: 14 Pages. Five figure. Fixed a big error around equation (25)

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[v1] 2016-08-21 23:46:45
[v2] 2016-08-22 21:55:17
[v3] 2016-09-10 23:49:22
[v4] 2017-03-06 00:13:10

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