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Making sense of quantum mechanics

Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Mar 19, 2021.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The example of Schrödinger's Cat to explain the uncertainty principle con
    founds many.
    This example is better.

    Schrödinger's Plates: They are both broken and not broken until you open the door. The act of observation changes reality.

  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    How electrons jump orbitals?
    There are no orbitals. Orbitals are just picture drawn to help in explanations.
    There are no (solid electrons), there are waves.
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  3. I'm influenced by observational effect, even though it has its own effect.

    Scientific hypothesis are objective and must be disprovable otherwise it is only a believe system.
    This is why I'm perusing the Plasma Physics paradigm from an electrical engineering perspective.

    Thermodynamics, fluid-hydrodynamics & kinetic-molecular-dynamics are end products <- even though we believe otherwise.


    In pursuit of a different understanding of light-water-magnetism, we must ask better questions.

    Our current depiction of evolutionary human cellular biology has led us to our current medical model -> disease identification and interventions to stop/kill its progression.

    We must take a step back from the canvas of our current models and ask -> observationally questions -> where we question our "fundamental" paradigm <- which opaques our perception of the data.

    Bring to the table of intellectual discussions a different perceptive of the data, even though you are criticized for it.

    I have been presenting mine... https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...is-it-wrapped-in-our-human-environment.25380/
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  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    What is life?
    Life is quantum mechanical, and this upsets many and makes adapting beliefs tough.
    Why is change difficult for humans? With the eyes of a mole we see and judge our own dogmatic views and faults - with the eye of an eagle, we judge the opinions of others. In this way, accept the persistent mediocrity we allow for ourselves and dismiss ideas that might elevate us. The fact that an opinion has been widely held to be true by a majority or is well cited in published research is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd; indeed in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widely spread belief is more likely to be foolish than sensible.
    Quantum mechanics is the science of probabilities, biology is the study of the improbable which only makes sense from the perspective that the living state is only probable using reactions that appear statistically improbable.
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  5. Dr. @Jack Kruse - Thank you for your post: https://optimalklubs.com/btc-23-quantum-zeno-effect-of-money-time/

    The old quantum paradigm is inadequate again. Using a quantum “understanding”, an entirely new paradox emerged, known as the quantum Zeno effect (paradox). Specifically, it is believed that certain physical phenomena only happen due to the quantum properties of matter and energy, like “quantum tunneling” through a barrier or radioactive decays. Thus (according to this paradigm), in order to go from one quantum state to another, your quantum “understanding” needs to think about it as a wave: its wavefunction spreads out over time.

    Please "click" on the animated link -> https://blogs-images.forbes.com/startswithabang/files/2019/03/ezgif-2-7b72c5363c8e.gif

    Please note in the plasma physics experiment image above - the light proton as it “passes” through the medium. There are three phenomena to observed:
    1. The light "bounces" off the medium at right angles, specifically, 42.4923 degrees
    2. The light slows while "passing" through the medium
    3. The light resumes at the same speed on the other side of the medium moving in the same axis protectory without variance
    In the next example, the “quantuan” wave approaches a “barrier”; we see an interaction with the barrier; then its wave form pattern returns back to original form before the barrier. Also note the thermodynamic reflective reciprocal results as the wave "bounces" off the barrier and "returns".

    Please "click" on the animated link -> https://blogs-images.forbes.com/startswithabang/files/2018/12/output_0KBvSu.gif

    Please note: The light proton, measured in its wave form, interacts on its approach to the "barrier" before it "hits" the barrier; then note when it "hits" the barrier; and then what looks like a reciprocal wave form on both sides of the barrier, the wave continues forward, the another wave returns.

    So why is this important to understand? We may need to step back from the canvas of substantiated data and ask better questions.

    If "the scientific" believe system is a chaotic probability of random unknown sources & results, we most likely may not have a reason to believe substantiated evidence when Nature presents it to us.
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