15. Spiros Koutandos, A discussion about the hidden variables in quantum mechanics

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Volume 33: Pages 513-514, 2020

A discussion about the hidden variables in quantum mechanics

Spiros Koutandosa)

Maniakiou 17, Agia Paraskevi, Attica 15343, Greece

In the present paper, we attempt to bring to light some of the hidden variables of quantum mechanics by continuing the work of others who introduced constant curvature to spacetime. The article is also a continuation of a previous one [S. Koutandos, Phys. Essays 33, 208 (2020)] published in this journal proving London equations. We find that there is dilation of volume and that mass may have a surface density. Unlike the case of superconductors, however these surfaces collapse to a point. This is where the difficulty in measurement comes from.

 

Dans le présent article, nous tentons de mettre en lumière certaines des variables cachées de la mécanique quantique en poursuivant le travail d'autres qui ont introduit une courbure constante dans l'espace-temps. L'article est également la continuation d'un précédent [S. Koutandos, Phys. Essays 33, 208 (2020)] publié dans cette revue prouvant les équations de London. Nous constatons qu’il y a dilatation du volume et que la masse peut avoir une densité de surface. Contrairement au cas des supraconducteurs, cependant ces surfaces s’effondrent à un point. C’est de là que vient la difficulté de mesure.

 

Key words: Spacetime; Ether; Hidden Variables; Quantum Mechanics; Superconductors; Free Energy; Curvature.

Received: September 1, 2020; Accepted: November 12, 2020; Published Online: December 3, 2020

 

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