Chapter 5.

Quantum Realism Part I. The Observed Reality

Chapter 5. The Quantum Field

   Brian Whitworth, New Zealand

 

“In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual.”  (Galileo Galilei)

 A long-standing goal of physics is the unification of its many fields. The last chapter attributed the effects of the standard model’s strong and weak fields to quantum processing, and so has no need for them or the Higgs field. In this chapter gravity, electricity and magnetism also arise from a single quantum field that thus causes all physical effects.

QR5.1.  Gravity Rules

QR5.2.  Special Relativity

QR5.3.  Matter Trembles

QR5.4.  General Relativity

QR5.5.  Electricity and Magnetism

QR5.6.  Creating Order

QR5.7.  What Next?

Discussion Questions

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