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Introduction to QM and the ether



Introduction to QM and the ether

When you are inter­ested in physics you must read “Unbe­liev­able”!

The exper­i­ments of Ruther­ford (18711937) lead to the first atomic model, which was named after him. The Rutherford-​model, based on the dif­frac­tion of a-​beams, could not explain the sta­bil­ity and the dis­crete energy level of atoms.

In order to be able to describe the exis­tence of sta­ble atoms and dis­crete energy lev­els, Bohr (18851962) intro­duced his the­sis. Bohr, and Heisen­berg, Dirac and Schrödinger in their work, lead to the com­plete math­e­mat­i­cal solu­tion of the atomic model.

The QM-​solutions how­ever are, to a cer­tain degree, unsat­is­fac­tory because these solu­tions do not describe the phys­i­cal processes that lead to, for exam­ple, the allowed dis­crete energy lev­els of atoms. Knowl­edge of the phys­i­cal processes respon­si­ble for QM would endorse the already undis­putable position.

The prin­ci­pal quan­tum num­ber for atoms n coin­cides with fixed energy lev­els of the atom. The energy quan­ti­sa­tion of the atom can be seen to orig­i­nate from dis­tance quan­tifi­ca­tion. Ana­lyz­ing this pos­si­bil­ity we encounter strong direct and cir­cum­stan­tial evi­dence point­ing to the exis­tence of the Quan­tum Dis­tance.

Next chap­ter: The Mechan­i­cal Free Rotator

When you are interested in physics you must read “Unbelievable“!

The experiments of Rutherford (1871-1937) lead to the first atomic model, which was named after him. The Rutherford-model, based on the diffraction of a-beams, could not explain the stability and the discrete energy level of atoms.

In order to be able to describe the existence of stable atoms and discrete energy levels, Bohr (1885-1962) introduced his thesis. Bohr, and Heisenberg, Dirac and Schrödinger in their work, lead to the complete mathematical solution of the atomic model.

The QM-solutions however are, to a certain degree, unsatisfactory because these solutions do not describe the physical processes that lead to, for example, the allowed discrete energy levels of atoms. Knowledge of the physical processes responsible for QM would endorse the already undisputable position.

The principal quantum number for atoms n coincides with fixed energy levels of the atom. The energy quantisation of the atom can be seen to originate from distance quantification. Analyzing this possibility we encounter strong direct and circumstantial evidence pointing to the existence of the Quantum Distance.

Next chapter: The Mechanical Free Rotator

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