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Ending Quantum Physics\' Dependence on Copenhagen Doctrine

Evert Jan Post
Year: 2012 Pages: 7
Bridging the gap between quanta and the rest of physics a thorough awareness of the following errors in judgment of contemporary interpretive schemes is a sine qua none. The first error was and is a totally unfounded assumption that Schroedinger\'s Ψ function might be describing a single quantum system; all other errors are contingent on this one. The second error became concocting a nonclassical statistics as a futile attempt at covering up Bohm\'s hidden variables as conceivably accounting for any changes in statistics. The third error is a related existence of an ever-present statistics of quantum uncertainty postulated by Heisenberg. It was derivable from Schroedinger\'s equation thus logically forcing: The fourth error is an ensuing endowment of Schroedinger\'s equation with an unwarranted first principle status. These four epistemic errors are avoided by replacing the single system by an ensemble of identical systems subject to a perfectly classical correlation statistics. Schroedinger\'s Ψ now deals with optimal ensemble randomness of minimal correlation reflecting the state of its spectral sources. Without the man-made, ever-present, non-classical statistics, a pre-statistical quantum order can now be resuscitated. It calls for tools capable of probing topological order. Avoiding injecting prejudicial information, its tools need to be topological invariant assessing global order. The Aharonov-Bohm integral and its two- and three-dimensional companions indeed meet those requirements. They are here discussed and tested by resolving a persistent thirty year old quantum Hall dichotomy.
  1. The early Days of Quantum Recipes
  2. The Heisenberg-Schroedinger eigen-values
  3. Classic Ψ Statistics casts Light on Popper Ensemble
  4. The Ordered quantum Alternatives of the Sixties
  5. Quantization as a pre-metric Experience
  6. The pre-statistic pre-metric Integrals
  7. Gen. Covariance separates Apples and Oranges
  8. Conclusion and the QH dichotomy