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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.

---"Also why do you think Quantum mechanics
is so accurate. My basic position is if something
is obviously inacccurate then you should question

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."

Notice, all of these assertions are not including Superstring Theory, M-Theory, etc.

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