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Quantum Theory and theNature of Quantun Reality |
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This webpage is devoted to presenting the collection of studies which support the proposition that the solutions to Schrödinger's equations pertain to the dynamic appearance of an object executing a periodic trajectory. A rapidly rotating fan appears to be a transulent disk. The fan is nowhere or simultaneously everywhere at the same time. This dynamic appearance has no relevance concerning the continued physical reality of the fan. Here are the studies:

- The Solutions to the Time-Independent Schroedinger Equation and their Relationship to the Classical Time-Spent Probability Distributions
- The Copenhagen Interpretation and the Nature of Quantum Reality
- The Relationship between the Classical Time Average of a Particle's Position and the Quantum Mechanical Probability Density Function
- The Relationship between the Quantum Mechanical Probability Density Distribution for a Harmonic Oscillator and the Time Average of its Location for Low Principal Quantum Numbers
- The Asymptotic Equality of a Spatial Average of the Probability Density Function from Schrödinger's Equation for a Particle in a Potential Field and That of the Time-Spent Classical Version of the Same System
- The Classical and Quantum Mechanical Probability Density Function for the Velocity of the Particle of a Harmonic Oscillator
- Electron Motion in Atoms, Quantum Mechanics and the Uncertainty Principle
- The Nature of Quantum Jumps: the State Transitions in Quantum Mechanical Systems
- Motion of Nucleons in Nuclei, Quantum Mechanics and the Uncertainty Principle
- The Nature of the Probability Density Function of Quantum Mechanical Analysis
- The Copenhagen Interpretation of the Wave Function for Schrödinger's Equation Is Not Valid; Instead the Wave Function is Related to the Time Spent by the System in its Allowable States
- The Time Dependent Schroedinger Equation and the Nature of its Solution
- The Uncertainty Principle and a Harmonic Oscillator
- A Rotating Harmonic Oscillator and the Uncertainty Principle
- The Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Physics
- The Satisfaction of the Uncertainty Principle by the Proportion of Time Spent Probability Density Distribution of a Particle in a Potential Field
- The Dynamic Appearance of a Rotating Object
- Zitterbewegung, the trembling motion of a moving electron
- The Interpretation of the Wave Function of Schroedinger's Equation as the as the Square Root of the Time-Spent Probability Density Distribution
- The Interpretation of a Solution to Schroedinger's Time-Independent Equation in Terms of Time Spent in Various Portions of Its Trajectory: The Two Dimensional Case
- The Asymptotic Equality of a Spatial Average of the Probability Density from Schroedinger's Equation for a Particle in a Potential Field and the Classical Time-Spent Probability Density for that System
- The Oscillation of a Particle in a Potential Field, Energy Quantization and the Uncertainty Principle
- A Classical Interpretation of the Wave Mechanics of Quantum Theory
- A relationship for the Spatial Average of the Probability Density Function Derived from the Solution to a Generalized Helmholtz Equation of One Dimension
- A Reinterpretation of the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Theory
- Quantum Reality, the Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation and the Copenhagen Interpretation Thereof
- A Short, Simple but Irrefutable Proof that the Copenhagen Interpretation is a Misinterpretation Quantum Analysis Based upon Schrödinger's Equation

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