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Quaternionic quantum mechanics and quantum fields
PART I: INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL FORMALISM 1: Introduction 2: General Framework of Quaternionic Quantum Mechanics 3: Further General Results in Quaternionic Quantum Mechanics PART II:Expand
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Past-Future Asymmetry of the Gravitational Field of a Point Particle
The analytic extension of the Schwarzschild exterior solution is given in a closed form valid throughout empty space-time and possessing no irregularities except that at the origin. The gravitationalExpand
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Connection between Spin, Statistics, and Kinks
Sufficiently nonlinear classical fields admit modes called kinks, whose number is strictly conserved in virtue of boundary conditions and continuity of the field as a function of space and time. In aExpand
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Foundations of Quaternion Quantum Mechanics
A new kind of quantum mechanics using inner products, matrix elements, and coefficients assuming values that are quaternionic (and thus noncommutative) instead of complex is developed. This is theExpand
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It is known that the entire geometry of many relativistic space-times can be summed up in two concepts, a space-time measure $\ensuremath{\mu}$ and a space-time causal or chronological order relationExpand
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“Superconducting” causal nets
The world is described as a relativistic quantum neural net with a quantum condensation akin to superconductivity. The sole dynamical variable is an operator representing immediate causal connection.Expand
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Internal Structure of Spinning Particles
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The Piezoelectric Theory of earthquake lightning
Measurements of resistivities of quartz-bearing rocks in the vicinity of Californian faults suggest that piezoelectric fields due to low-frequency seismic waves are not responsible for earthquakeExpand
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Cosmological Constant and Fundamental Length
In usual formulations of general relativity, the cosmological constant λ appears as an inelegant ambiguity in the fundamental action principle. With a slight reformulation, λ appears as anExpand
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