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Old 08-30-2019, 06:08 AM
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Originally Posted by socratus View Post
stable vortexes , torsional whirlpools are some kind of waves
can you call wave ''quantum'' . . . ?
waves , stable vortexes , torsional whirlpools are consist of quantum-particles
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. . . ? . . . but quantum interaction is wave interaction . . . .
if you bother with the math, they work out the same.
just like the idea of E=mc2, it assumes some sort of angular momentum in mater
and other math verifies this...
if you look at the work of Carl Frederick Krafft, it is pretty clear (at least to me), how the quantum nature of mater is fundamentally caused by the matter being made of stable vortexes
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