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What is to be done

- H. Noyes
- Physics
- 1989

Steps which can be taken in our scattering theory, unification schemes, cosmology, QED and QCD which will advance the progress of our scientific revolution are presented. 19 refs.

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Discrete physics and the derivation of electromagnetism from the formalism of quantum mechanics

- L. Kauffman, H. Noyes
- Physics
- Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
- 8 January 1996

Freeman Dyson has recently focused attention on a remarkable derivation of electromagnetism from apparently quantum mechanical assumptions about the motion of a single particle. We present a new… Expand

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Zero Range Scattering Theory Ii. Minimal Relativistic Three-particle Equations and the Efimov Effect*

- H. Noyes
- 1986

We present numerical results obtained from a minimal relativistic model for three distinguishable particles of equal mass driven by a single bound or virtual state for each pair, which is a… Expand

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DISCRETE PHYSICS AND THE DIRAC EQUATION

- L. Kauffman, H. Noyes
- Physics
- 29 March 1996

Abstract We rewrite the 1 + 1 Dirac equation in light cone coordinates in two significant forms, and solve them exactly using the classical calculus of finite differences. The complex form yields… Expand

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Bit-String Physics: A Finite and Discrete Approach to Natural Philosophy

Non-Locality in Particle Physics On the Physical Interpretation and the Mathematical Structure of the Combinatorial Hierarchy (with T Bastin, J Amson & C W Kilmister) On the Construction of… Expand

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Process, System, Causality, and Quantum Mechanics, A Psychoanalysis of Animal Faith

We shall argue in this paper that a central piece of modern physics does not really belong to physics at all but to elementary probability theory. Given a joint probability distribution J on a set of… Expand

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On the physical interpretation and the mathematical structure of the combinatorial hierarchy

- T. Bastin, H. Noyes, J. Amson, C. Kilmister
- Physics
- 1 July 1979

The combinatorial hierarchy model for basic particle processes is based on elementary entities; any representation they may have is discrete and two-valued. We call themSchnurs to suggest their most… Expand

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beta. radioloysis of crystalline /sup 14/C-labeled amino acids

The results of the asymmetric degradation of DL-leucine due to polarized 120 keV electrons and of a study of beta-induced optical activity in a number of /sup 14/C-labeled DL amino acids of high… Expand

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