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Aspects That Are Inconsisyent With Physics

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 28, 2002 12:35:15 UTC

Here are aspects of your post that disagree with high energy physics***

You seem to be missing that there may exist a "cloud" of functions that inter-relate so as to give different perspectives on each other. Your rule is not broken for individual functions.

Bosons: apparantly it is quantization that accounts for the integer "spin" of bosons; and it is probability that accounts for "spin".

So quantization gives bosons; relativity gives fermions. Probability (spin) combined with quantization gives integer spin for bosons; probability combined with relativity gives half-integer spin for fermions. ***

Also, regarding the delta function, I do not see how you can obtain an infinity from your traffic flows. Such flows are always finite and the principal characteristic the delta function is its infinity at an infinitisimal point.



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