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Posted by Harvey on December 20, 2004 07:27:12 UTC

I thought it would be fun just to show how many papers are out there that show how to derive famous physics equations (e.g., Schrodinger's equation) by other unrelated premises than that used by the people who developed the equations:

"Quantum mechanics as a result of time broadening of the classical object"

"The Significance of Information in Quantum Theory"

"Schroedinger revisited:How the time-dependent wave equation follows from the Hamilton-Jacobi equation"

"Information and The Brukner-Zeilinger Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: A Critical Investigation"

"Probabilities from Envariance"

"Deriving laws from ordering relations"

"An Information-Theoretic Link Between Spacetime Symmetries and Quantum Linearity"

"From Heisenberg to Goedel via Chaitin"

"Matter and Light in Flatland"

"Can quantum cryptography imply quantum mechanics? Reply to Smolin"

"Elements of information-theoretic derivation of the formalism of quantum theory"

"Weakly nonlocal fluid mechanics - the Schrodinger equation"

"Quantum mechanics as a measurement theory on biconformal space"

"A geometric approach to the canonical reformulation of quantum mechanics"

"Entropy is complexity"

"Categorical Foundations of Quantum Logics and Their Truth Values Structures"

"Why the quantum?"

This is just a small sampling of 'foundational physics' that have appeared on LANL site over the past 18 months. It's clear that anyone of these authors could get on an internet site and say that their formulas are king stuff. Fortunately, few do that. Wouldn't it get old fast??

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