[7] **viXra:1101.0098 [pdf]**
*submitted on 30 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Andrew Beckwith

**Comments:** 72 pages. What was to be delivered at GRACO, Luxor, Egypt, and which will be
delivered ~ 1 to 2 weeks later. At the same conference.

Octonium gravity, its break down, speculations as to semi classical
nature of gravitons, plus re capitulation of how gravitons could be an effective
Dark Energy candidate
a billion years ago presented. Plus much more.; Many optional slides included

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[6] **viXra:1101.0097 [pdf]**
*submitted on 30 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Steve Faulkner

**Comments:** 5 pages

This article is one of a series explaining the nature of mathematical
undecidability discovered present within quantum mechanics. In the measurement
problem, the act of relating quantum effects to macroscopic reference sytems is
seen as the instrumental process. A brief outline is given telling how an axiomatic
implementation of scalars in mathematical physics theoreticaly controls indeterminacy
and cause. Wave mechanics of the free particle is outlined along these lines. General
solutions for this system are mathematically undecidable, indeterminate formulae. The
indeterminacy is seen to vanish for extremely large scales.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[5] **viXra:1101.0075 [pdf]**
*submitted on 23 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Steve Faulkner

**Comments:** 20 pages

Standard methods of quantum theory are employed, excepting: quantum
theory is initialised by the a priori adoption of the Field Axioms; and the square
root of minus one is not introduced initially as if axiomatic. Its adoption is
postponed until inconsistency in the theory forces its introduction. Entry of this
scalar, logically independent of the Axioms, relieves the inconsistency but introduces
mathematical undecidability and indeterminacy. Nevertheless, indeterminate formulae
derive determinate probability along with Pythagorean addition. Orthogonality is
indicated as the condition around which logical anomalies in quantum physics hinge.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[4] **viXra:1101.0055 [pdf]**
*replaced on 18 Jul 2011*

**Authors:** Ir J.A.J. van Leunen

**Comments:** 268 pages

When physics must be based on an axiomatic foundation then the law set of traditional
quantum logic is a valid candidate. However, at first sight, these axioms do not treat physical
fields and they do not treat dynamics. It only prescribes the static relations that exist between
quantum logical propositions that treat static subjects. These subjects are considered to be physical
subjects or their properties. Amongst these propositions statements exist that describe everything
that can be said about the static condition of a given physical item. Such propositions represent that item.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[3] **viXra:1101.0049 [pdf]**
*submitted on 15 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** John L. Haller Jr.

**Comments:** 4 pages

We explore the random motion of a quantum free particle and re-introduce an
additional term to the textbook solution for the variance. Prior experiments could have
missed this term yet it should be possible to test the hypothesis. A quadratic potential
energy derived from the self gravitational potential of the particle is hypothesized
resulting in the well known quantum harmonic oscillator in the special condition that
the particle rests exactly in the ground state, i.e. hω_{0} = k_{B}T Radiation is found trapped in
this gravitational potential and when the particle carries the reduced Planck mass the
density of radiation is exactly that of the black body. We argue this "dark" particle is
responsible for the open question of dark energy and has a relic density of only 17% more
than the commonly accepted value.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[2] **viXra:1101.0045 [pdf]**
*replaced on 13 May 2011*

**Authors:** Steve Faulkner

**Comments:** 17 pages

Logical foundation for quantum theory is considered. I claim that
quantum theory correctly represents Nature when mathematical physics embraces
and indeed features, logical anomalies inherent in pure mathematics.
This approach links undecidability in arithmetic with the logic of quantum
experiments. The undecidablity occupies an algebraic environment which is
the missing foundation for the 3-valued logic predicted by Hans Reichenbach,
shown by him to resolve `causal anomalies' of quantum mechanics, such as:
inconsistency between prepared and measured states, complementarity between
pairs of observables, and the EPR-paradox of action at a distance.
Arithmetic basic to mathematical physics, is presented formally as a logical
system consisting of axioms and propositions. Of special interest are all
propositions asserting the existence of particular numbers. All numbers satisfying
the axioms permeate the arithmetic indistinguishably, but these logically partition
into two distinct sets: numbers whose existence the axioms determine by proof,
and numbers whose existence axioms cannot determine, being neither provable
nor negatable.
Failure of mathematical physics to incorporate this logical distinction is seen
as reason for quantum theory being logically at odds with quantum experiments.
Nature is interpreted as having rules isomorphic to the abovementioned axioms
with these governing arithmetical combinations of necessary and possible values or
effects in experiments. Soundness and Completeness theorems from mathematical
logic emerge as profoundly fundamental principles for quantum theory, making
good intuitive sense of the subject.

**Category:** Quantum Physics

[1] **viXra:1101.0001 [pdf]**
*submitted on 2 Jan 2011*

**Authors:** Michael Harney

**Comments:** 3 pages

It is shown that the atomic number Z is prime at the beginning of the each s^{1}, p^{1}, d^{1},
and f^{1} energy levels of electrons, with some fluctuation in the actinide and lanthanide
series. The periodic prime number boundary of s^{1}, p^{1}, d^{1}, and f^{1} is postulated to occur
because of stability of Schrodinger's wave equation due to a fundamental relationship
with the Riemann-Zeta function.

**Category:** Quantum Physics