How Dirac's Seminal Contributions Pave the Way for Comprehending Nature's Deeper Designs

  title={How Dirac's Seminal Contributions Pave the Way for Comprehending Nature's Deeper Designs},
  author={Mani L. Bhaumik},
Credible reasons are presented to reveal that many of the lingering century old enigmas, surrounding the behavior of at least an individual quantum particle, can be comprehended in terms of an objectively real specific wave function. This wave function is gleaned from the single particle energy-momentum eigenstate offered by the theory of space filling universal quantum fields that is an inevitable outcome of Dirac's pioneering masterpiece. Examples of these well-known enigmas are wave particle… 
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