This is a treatise devoted to the foundations of quantum physics and the role
that causality plays in the microscopic world governed by the laws of quantum
mechanics. There is no sharp dividing line between physics and philosophy of
physics. This is especially true for quantum physics where debate on its
interpretation and the status of the various entities postulated has raged
in both the scientific and philosophical communities since the 1920s and
continues to this day. Although it is readily granted that quantum mechanics
produces some strange and counter-intuitive results, it is argued in Quantum
Causality that quantum mechanics is not as weird as we might have been led to
Table Of Contents:
1. General Introduction.
3: The Causal Theory of Quantum Mechanics.
4: Energy and the Wave Field.
5: Energy-Momentum Transfer and the Quantum Potential.
6: The Exclusion Principle.
* ISBN: 9048124026
* ISBN-13: 9789048124022
* Format: Hardcover, 244pp
* Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
* Pub. Date: June 2009
* Edition Number: 1