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- Posted: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 17:59:36 +0000
Is it demonstrable as fact? I always thought Quantum Mechanics was untestable, that and i can't get my head around it.
Y u raep mah braens?
It is quite demonstrable, albeit I don't know how it's done. But that is the entire point of the Large Hadron Collider. All the other particles' behavior has been demonstrated, and they are working to discover the last, and most important, one necessary to complete their equations.
There is a problem as to why quantum mechanics and relativity cant be united, one explains the atomic world of particles, the other with the cosmic world of celestial bodies. Each theory attempts to explain how each part acts according to the whole, but neither tries to explain how the whole results fromthe individual proerties of the parts functioning with one another acvording to a single natural law of interaction.
Well, though they haven't accomplished it yet, they certainly are trying. The quantum world is so contradictory to our natural perception, and that's what makes it so hard to understand. The fact that matter can exist in multiple places, only one place, and not exist at all at the same time is totally mind-boggling, but it has been demonstrated.
Interestingly that can be easily explained, matter is a result of colliding waves of energy. For example the existence of the electron is only temporary, its not that its moving in and out of dimensions, its actually being recreated by the interaction of the proton and neutron, which was originall two neutrons that were set in motion, consider the n>p+e, but could b n=p+e+E, so m1>m2, m1=n and m2=p+e, so m1=m2+E, m1 is inactive state and m2 is active state.