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Complex QM described here and at our main site:


rescues traditional QM in the face of experiments it cannot explain.
The reasons for this is that QM cannot:

1> Properly describe how a particle (such as an electron) behaves upon the space around it while travelling at light speed.
You can use the real number system to describe/map real space but as space becomes distorted this system loses it's usefulness. The only new system that works is based upon complex numbers. However we need to rewrite complex mathematics to develop a proper framework.

2> Resolve the issue of probability/uncertainty. The uncertainty of the position of the quanta does not lie in meta-physical quantum mechanics but in realising that the distortion of real space is the cause of this observation difficulty. The Schrödinger Wave Equation has never been directly linked with probablities it is simply assumed that it is true.

3> Rewrite Complex mathematics to explain how i^2 = -1, the complex numbers can be ordered, and the eigenvalues interpretted.

Complex QM as a result has led me to develop many new theories that I will discuss here including:

The Unified Field Theory - imaginary forces are the 'unknown forces' physicists searched for.

A Complex (or imaginary) Field Theory (you can extend the UFT to embrace all the complex forces I can find).

At our new site (link below) I hope that showing the illustrated concepts will be easier for you to access there.

Please try and check out all the messages starting at the first (or vist our website), as I am adding theory all the time, including: Complex Wrapping.
Thanks and Welcome
Enjoy yourself!

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