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De Broglie & Information

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 25, 2004 14:11:58 UTC

Your interpretation of de Broglie equation must be incorrect because any particle at rest, zero velocity in your frame, would have an infinite wave length. Whereas in my frame, moving relative to yours, it would have a momentum and therefore a finite wavelength.

Since rest frames do not affect the properties of particles, your use of his formula must be incorrect. I suggest that you read the text more closely. Electrons have a very short wavelength even at rest, as is known from electron microscopes.

Information: Information is not separate for physics. The force between objects carries both the vector info and its magnitude. Extra dimensions are only needed for entanglement.

Richard

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