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Quantum Potential: Physics, Geometry and Algebra
From the Contents: Quantum Potential.- The Quantum Potential in Schrodinger Equation.- The Pilot Wave Theory.- Particles' trajectories as the foundation of Bohm's mechanics: the nutshell of Durr,
Dynamic Quantum Vacuum and Relativity
A model of a three-dimensional dynamic quantum vacuum with variable energy density is proposed. In this model, time we measure with clocks is only a mathematical parameter of changes running in
The Geometrodynamic Nature of the Quantum Potential
The de Broglie–Bohm theory allows us to have got a satisfactory geometrodynamic interpretation of quantum mechanics. The fundamental element, which creates a geometrodynamic picture of the quantum
Universe is an a-temporal phenomenon where physical space and matter are in a permanent dynamic equilibrium. The “stage” (arena) of the universe is “space-matter” where time exists only as an
Bell Length as Mutual Information in Quantum Interference
This work shows a relation among the probabilities of a quantum system in terms of information of non-local correlation by means of a new quantity, the Bell length.
Perspectives of the Numerical Order of Material Changes in Timeless Approaches in Physics
Wheeler–deWitt equation as well as some relevant current research (Chiou’s timeless path integral approach for relativistic quantum mechanics; Palmer’s view of a fundamental level of physical reality
Bijective Epistemology and Space–Time
A level of adequacy of a given model with physical world represents an important element of physics. In an “ideal” model each element in the model would correspond exactly to one element in the
Unified Field Theory Based on Bijective Methodology
Einstein’s dream was to describe all fundamental forces by an unique field. This article is an attempt to realise this Unified Field Theory (UFT) using the bijective methodology, which confirms
Unification of Quantum and Gravity by Non Classical Information Entropy Space
A suggestive reading of the relational interpretation of quantum mechanics and of Bohm’s quantum potential in terms of the quantum entropy are provided and the possible quantum relativistic extensions of the theory and the connections with the problem of quantum gravity are investigated.