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Posted by Michael Wright on January 7, 2001 04:07:34 UTC

A fundamental particle in Quantum Dynamics would be a particle such as a photon, electron, quark, etc. These 'particles' have a size of zero but have other properties (force charges, etc.) They have no smaller constituents.
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---"Also why do you think Quantum mechanics
is so accurate. My basic position is if something
is obviously inacccurate then you should question
it."---

Here is a quote form Brian Greene's "The Elegant Universe" :

"First, beyond the fact that it is a mathematically coherent theory, the only reason we believe in quantum mechanics is because it yields predictions that have been verified to astounding accuracy."
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Notice, all of these assertions are not including Superstring Theory, M-Theory, etc.

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