Quantum Physics


Gravitational Wave Explanation of Quantum Mechanics

Authors: Friedwardt Winterberg

A deterministic interpretation of quantum mechanics is given where the non-local hidden variables of Bell’s theorem are in reality Watt-less high-energy gravitational waves with an energy well above the Greisen-Zapetsin-Kuzmin (GZK) cosmic ray energy limit of 5 ⋅ 1010������. The gravitational waves are emitted by Schrödinger’s “Zitterbewegung” (quivering motion) from pole-dipole particles, where a large positive mass ��+ is gravitationally bound to a likewise large negative mass ��−, with a small excess in the positive mass equal to the positive gravitational binding energy of ��+ to ��−. Setting this mass equal to the mass of an electron, one obtains for the oscillating energy of the Zitterbewegung 3.31 ⋅ 1011������, well above the GZK limit. Support for this hypothesis are the rare cosmic ray events of about the same energy, coming from the Ursa Major constellation which have been detected by the Dugway Proving Ground Cosmic Ray Observatory in Utah

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