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Deeper mechanisms for force and the fundamental interactions from a NLHV perspective

@inproceedings{Pons2020DeeperMF,
  title={Deeper mechanisms for force and the fundamental interactions from a NLHV perspective},
  author={D. J. Pons},
  year={2020}
}
Problem: The mechanisms whereby force operates are poorly understood at the fundamental level. This is reflected in the difficulty of finding a single coherent theory for explaining all the interactions. Purpose: This work constructs a theoretical framework for the interactions from a non-local hidden-variable (NLHV) perspective, specifically the Cordus NLHV theory. Findings: The interactions arise from different attributes of discrete force emissions from the particle: electrostatic from the… 

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