Classical Physics

   

Measurement Quantization Unites Classical and Quantum Physics

Authors: Jody Anthony Geiger

Unifying quantum and classical physics has proved difficult as their postulates are conflicting. Using the notion of counts of the fundamental measures—length, time, and mass—a unifying description is resolved. A theoretical framework is presented in a set of postulates by which a conversion between expressions from quantum and classical physics can be made. Conversions of well-known expressions from different areas of physics (quantum physics, gravitation, and optics) exemplify the approach and mathematical procedures. The postulated integer counts of fundamental measures changes our understanding of length, suggesting that our current understanding of reality is distorted.

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[v1] 2016-10-10 21:41:44
[v2] 2016-11-30 23:48:48
[v3] 2017-01-15 19:15:49
[v4] 2017-02-15 21:09:16

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