quantum theory

Quantum field theory (QFT) provides a theoretical framework for constructing quantum mechanical models of systems classically parametrized (represented) by an infinite number of dynamical degrees of freedom, that is, fields and (in a condensed matter context) many-body systems. It is the natural and quantitative language of particle physics and condensed matter physics. Most theories in modern particle physics, including the Standard Model of elementary particles and their interactions, are formulated as relativistic quantum field theories. Quantum field theories are used in many contexts, elementary particle physics being the most vital example, where the particle count/number going into a reaction fluctuates and changes, differing from the count/number going out, for example, and for the description of critical phenomena and quantum phase transitions, such as in the BCS theory of superconductivity, also see phase transition, quantum phase transition, critical phenomena. Quantum field theory is thought by many to be the unique and correct outcome of combining the rules of quantum mechanics with special relativity. (wikipedia)

Walter Russell on Quantum Theory (published 1953)

"This theory claims not only that energy is within matter, but that it exists in "bundles." Its very basis has no relation to Nature anywhere, nor to the workings of polarity - the great divider - nor to the electric wave.

"One part of the theory describes certain microscopic "resonators" embedded within particles of matter to make it vibrate. These are set in motion, according to a recent article in Scientific American, by light entering through holes which must be of just the right size in every case to cause the vibrations to release these "bundles" of energy. Nothing could be more fantastic nor more of a travesty of Nature, for the only cause of vibration is polarity.

"The only vibrations there are in Nature are those inter-changes between the two opposites of polarity which extend from a fulcrum zero to a plus and minus zero. These are the destination points between which motion oscillates in sequences of reversals. The reversals are the pulse beats of Nature." A New Concept of the Universe

See Also

1.11 - Ultimate Constituents of Matter
3.14 - Vortex Theory of Atomic Motions
3.22 - Quantum Leap Delta equivalent to Locked Potentials Delta
4.10 - Component Dynamics of Quantum Construction
7B.08 - The Etheric Quantum Soup
12.35 - End of The Electron Theory
15.13 - Dissociating Water Acoustically - Liberation of Quantum Constituents
17.15 - Theory of Vibratory Lift for Air-ships
19.02 - Theory of the Induction of Sympathetic Chords to Excite Rotation
19.05.01 - From The Dynamic Theory of Life and Mind - Radiometer Motion
ether theory
Etheric Elements
Figure 3.37 - Successive Centralizations or Quantum Leap
Global Scaling Theory
Kaluza-Klein Theory
Kepler Music Theory
Kepler Theory of Harmony
Latent Force and Theory of Vibratory Lift for Airships
Laws of Matter and Force
Quantum Arithmetic
Quantum Entanglement
Quantum Leap
quantum mechanics
quantum state
Sympathetic Vibration Theory
Table of Quantum Particles
Tachyon Field Theory
theory of relativity

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