Saturday, May 2, 2015

A Quick Bit of 'fizicks. p2

9. Bohmian Mechanics

A Quick Bit of 'fizicks. p2 :D 
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"It's strange that words are so inadequate. Yet, like the asthmatic struggling for breath, so the lover must struggle for words."

T. S. Eliot

"If quantum mechanics hasn't profoundly shocked you, you haven't understood it yet" - Niels Bohr.

"The more precise the measurement of position, the more imprecise the measurement of momentum, and vice versa."* Werner Heisenberg. SAY MY NAME! 

preamble...-Brady: "Hello 'fizicks, how are you? I am told Quantum Mechanics has multiple interpretations? Can you explain to me again, what these interpretations are, and what it all could mean?" "Thanks 'fizicks...perhaps for ease can you refresh me by listing them one through to descending order? 
-Fizicks "Sure"
Brady "-fuck- heck yeah...

9. Bohmian Mechanics (David Bohm)

I don’t really like this one very much, but it has many fans and deserves to be mentioned. Developed in the 1950s by Bohm, based on earlier views from Louis de Broglie, Bohmian mechanics describes particles flying around as guided by “pilot waves.” Those waves tell particles where to go. Supposedly this approach turns physics back to determinism, avoiding the probabilities that Einstein condemned by saying “God does not play dice.” Since experiments have ruled out “hidden variables” for enforcing determinism, Bohmian mechanics requires a form of action at a distance (or “nonlocality”). Einstein didn’t like that either. It’s also hard to see how Bohmian mechanics would predict any experimental difference from the predictions of standard quantum mechanics. Shortly before he died, Einstein said he wasn't impressed with the Bohmian interpretation. “That way seems too cheap to me,” Einstein wrote in a letter to physicist Max Born.

Number 9 will be in part 3 as soon as ready...
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QM fathers such
 as Einstein enhanced
 knowledge greatly,
 here is a 2D benzene ring of
six carbon and hydrogen atoms arranged in Einsteinian pantheistic beauty. 
'fizicks and brady

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