H A M I L T O N I A N S

**Disclaimer: Folks, it’s my utmost and sincerest desire to dedicate this blog post to the National Society of Black Physicists since they were nice enough to ignore the question I posed to them last year (2012) about whether or not a Hamiltonian can be in a “fixed state”. Not only did they ignore the question, theyContinue reading “H A M I L T O N I A N S”

C H A R G E

According to the way Heisenberg did it, in quantum mechanics, both the position and the momentum come out as probabilities whenever you perform a measurement. The math states that these two probability distributions are Fourier Transforms of each other. Oddly enough, there is a theorem of the Fourier Transforms [of each other] that says theContinue reading “C H A R G E”

First, There’s The Experiment, And Then There’s The Outcome…(Quantum Physics)

In most cases, there is always a large amount or “randomness” involved in experiments such as EPR-Bell experiments when getting the final outcome. For instance, the angle is random and should be set in the very last moment (i.e., outside A’s light-cone) to do it properly. And, depending on the relative angle [a-b], you getContinue reading “First, There’s The Experiment, And Then There’s The Outcome…(Quantum Physics)”