A quantum leap of physics.

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The physicist community is split. For most of the physicists quantum physics today still seems to be something that they cannot really get to like, and when it is about things whether neutrinos could be faster than light then this becomes quite clear, because then Einstein is valid and nothing can be faster than light and entanglement and distance effect are forgotten and as a result do not exist for them and have nothing to do with their reality. Read more:

Today I read articles about the subject 100 Years of Bohr’s Atom Model and I now bring a few extracts from them:

100 Years of Bohr’s Atom Model

A quantum leap of physics

Today we know that only quantum mechanics describe atoms properly. This insight we owe to the Danish physicist Niels Bohr who 100 years ago dared, at least partly, to break with classical physics.

Again and again we are warned having far too pictorial ideas of the micro cosmos. Because since the development of quantum mechanics in the 1920s we know that our ideas in classical physics fail when we apply them to small things like electrons or atoms.

Only in the years 1925/26 quantum mechanics developed by Werner Heisenberg and Erwin Schrödinger carried out the break with classical physics consequently. In this theory there are no longer electron orbits. The electrons are rather described through an abstract quantity – the so-called wave function -, from which one can calculate with which probability it exists at this or that place.

In accordance with this electrons are abstract quantities, wave functions.

The philosophers of classical antiquity still seem to be right that atoms are really the smallest particle of matter and everything what is smaller is no longer matter but spiritual property or is in the area between material property and spiritual property and has the ability to change between these two states. Spiritual property becomes material property because it behaved unreasonably, and when this material property developed reasonably then it again becomes spiritual property.

This realization it actually quite obvious and the fact that the physicists have not realized this until now is obviously the reason why they made no headway for almost one century and do not make progress. And the reason for this is actually obvious, and it is that they actually are no scientists but people who belong to a religion in a fanatical way, the religion of materialism and atheism. Or more exactly said science was hijacked by these people and scientists are like hypnotized by this circumstance and have lost the ability to recognize their situation.

And when scientists, as claimed in the now following extracts, will produce a new theory in future, which is still much more radical than everything known today, because the findings of things are simply the result, then they will also still have the problem to really recognize what it is all about and from where all the material things come, simply because their war against God lets them be blind and therefore they will carry on walking in darkness.

Here therefore still further extracts:

Einstein’s split relationship with quantum theory

To the contradictions of Albert Einstein belong that he was the forerunner as also the most severe critic of quantum theory. Would Einstein still live today he probably had to admit that his worldview is proved wrong through experiments.

50 years after Einstein’s death and 100 years after his miracle year in Bern physicists and philosophers rather deal very seriously with Einstein’s attitude to quantum theory, which he first brought into being and violently criticized later until his death.

Einstein was in fact at first very enthusiastic about his idea expressed in March 1905 that light consists of tiny energy parcels. But what his successors made of his idea he did not like at all. In the beginning of the 1920s, when Einstein’s star had just reached the zenith through the confirmation of the general theory of relativity, a group of young physicists started to deal with quantum physics. As the master himself had invented light quanta without more ado two decades before, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schrödinger and others now introduced probability into physics – and that was a kind of probability which Einstein did not like at all.

The outcome of an experiment, so said the new theory, can never be predicted with absolute certainty. Instead one has to content himself with calculating a probability for the possible results at a time. And still more: Differently than with a falling coin, where just our ignorance of the exact trajectory hinders a prognosis, in quantum mechanics one can basically make no prediction about the outcome of an experiment. Only the measurement decides which property the measured object has.

To Einstein this was a horror. He never wanted to accept the fact that in quantum theory none of the measurements was supposed to give independent reality, which is also then present when no-one checks.

A «ghostlike distance effect», as it is obviously possible in quantum theory, he could not accept. Only ten years after Einstein’s death John Bell showed that one can ascertain experimentally whether an «entanglement» of two particles really leads to a distance effect. After numerous experiments today it very much looks like as if Einstein’s argument was wrong: Quantum mechanics is in fact «none local», and two far away objects can be connected inseparably with each other.

Most of the physicists are however inclined to the view which the Austrian physicist Anton Zeilinger recently supported in the specialist journal «Nature». It could very well be that quantum theory is in future replaced by a new theory; but this theory is probably very much more radical than everything what one knows today.

Therefore it can well be that a new theory is still much more radical than everything what one knows today.

And that is it probably what one can expect at the moment.

And that will probably lead to that the observation of measuring results not only influences these but that the material world is produced by consciousness.

But these articles show how split the physicist community is. For most of the physicists quantum physics today is still something that they accept, that has been taught to them, and which existence they do not deny, but they cannot really get to like it, and when it is about things whether neutrinos could be faster than light then this break with classical physics becomes quite clear, it still exists, but in the community of the physicists, because then Einstein is valid and nothing can be faster than light and entanglement and distance effect are forgotten and as a result do not exist for them and have nothing to do with their reality.

 

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