Progress in post-quantum mechanics

@inproceedings{Sarfatti2017ProgressIP,
  title={Progress in post-quantum mechanics},
  author={Jack Sarfatti},
  year={2017}
}
Newton’s mechanics in the 17th century increased the lethality of artillery. Thermodynamics in the 19th led to the steam-powered industrial revolution. Maxwell’s unification of electricity, magnetism and light gave us electrical power, the telegraph, radio and television. The discovery of quantum mechanics in the 20th century by Planck, Bohr, Einstein, Schrodinger, Heisenberg led to the creation of the atomic and hydrogen bombs as well as computer chips, the world-wide-web and Silicon Valley’s… Expand
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