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The Emerging Quantum

The Physics Behind Quantum Mechanics

de la Pena, Luis, Cetto, Ana Maria, Valdes-Hernandez, Andrea

2015, XIII, 366 p. 9 illus.

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  • Develops an alternative approach to QM, as an emergent phenomenon arising from a more profound stochastic process
  • Controversial as often alternative approaches are, it is offered to the scientific community open to discussion
  • Provides a comprehensive critical account of stochastic electrodynamics

This monograph presents the latest findings from a long-term research project intended to identify the physics behind Quantum Mechanics. A fundamental theory for quantum mechanics is constructed from first physical principles, revealing quantization as an emergent phenomenon arising from a deeper stochastic process.
As such, it offers the vibrant community working on the foundations of quantum mechanics an alternative contribution open to discussion.
The book starts with a critical summary of the main conceptual problems that still beset quantum mechanics.  The basic consideration is then introduced that any material system is an open system in permanent contact with the random zero-point radiation field, with which it may reach a state of equilibrium. Working from this basis, a comprehensive and self-consistent theoretical framework is then developed. The pillars of the quantum-mechanical formalism are derived, as well as the radiative corrections of nonrelativistic QED, while revealing the underlying physical mechanisms. The genesis of some of the central features of quantum theory is elucidated, such as atomic stability, the spin of the electron, quantum fluctuations, quantum nonlocality, and entanglement.
The theory developed here reaffirms fundamental scientific principles such as realism, causality, locality and objectivity.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » De Broglie-Bohm Theory - Emergence of Quantization - Fokker-Planck Equation - Foundations of Quantum Mechanics - Quantum Entanglement - Quantum Fluctuations - Quantum Nonlocality - Quantum Trajectory - Stochastic Quantum Mechanics - Zero-point Field

Related subjects » History & Philosophical Foundations of Physics - Quantum Physics

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