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Reinventing Quantum Physics

DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2016.71017, PP. 156-161

Keywords: Quantum Physics, Motion, Energy, Equations, Maat

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Quantum Physics (QP) was invented in the early years of the Twentieth century by physicists born and educated in the western world. We examine the possibility that this is the main reason—or at least one of the main reasons—which caused QP to go astray from the start. We present the ABC for a renovated Quantum Physics.

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