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Jean-paul Auffray – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.
The Absolute Certainty Principle (ACP) Revolutionizes Quantum PhysicsJournal of Modern Physics, 2016Co-Authors: Jean-paul AuffrayAbstract:
When the ubiquitous quantum, acting as an active principle, generates meteons in the System of the World, the Absolute Certainty Principle (ACP) regulates the characteristics of their motion. This newly uncovered law of Nature suggests that the cosmos is filled with an “aether”, as Newton and others—even Einstein!—called it in their days, and explains quite simply why we stand erect vertically on the surface of the Earth and why the universe is in expansion.
Quantum Meteorites: An Extemporaneous Description of the System of the WorldJournal of Modern Physics, 2015Co-Authors: Jean-paul AuffrayAbstract:
We extemporaneously summarize the theoretical scheme we have introduced recently in this note to account for the (hidden) functioning of the System of the World at the quantum level. We further explore the relevance, the pertinence and the potential validity of this scheme. We obtain new fundamental results, bearing notably on the nature and the origin of the “virtual particles” conventionally called upon in quantum field theories to explain the Casimir Effect. We define the concept of quantum meteorites in this context. We disable the Heisenberg UnCertainty Principle, judged to be a (mis) interpretation of otherwise legitimate observations, and we replace it with our new XQP Absolute Certainty Principle.
J. Achard – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.
Birefringence Microscopy of Unit Dislocations in DiamondCrystal Growth and Design, 2014Co-Authors: L. T. M. Hoa, T. Ouisse, D. Chaussende, M. Naamoun, A. Tallaire, J. AchardAbstract:
We use the rotating polarizer birefringence technique to investigate the properties of dislocations in single crystalline diamond produced by a high pressure high temperature (HPHT) process or by microwave plasma assisted chemical vapor deposition (MPACVD). The birefringence pattern of individual dislocations is measured and modeled. Although the combination of experiment and simulation does not permit identification of the Burgers vector with Absolute Certainty, the sensitivity is sufficient to show that the detected defects are unit dislocations. In most cases, the patterns are compatible with straight, threading edge, or mixed dislocations with Burgers vectors a/2 or a/2. Birefringence microscopy can also be used to probe newly formed defects during the growth of a homoepitaxial layer.
Emil Edipovich Lin – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.
Revealing the UnCertainty and Absolute Certainty Principles in the Kinetics of Objects Formationwjm, 2018Co-Authors: Emil Edipovich LinAbstract:
The paper presents some examples revealing the unCertainty and Absolute Certainty principles in kinetics of objects formation that are different in their physical nature and in space scales: sub-stances of microcosm, nanoparticles and mesostructures, astrophysical and cosmological objects. Under the proposed kinetic approach, the unCertainty principle covers a wider spectrum of processes of approaching to equilibrium and object formation, than the Absolute Certainty principle. It refers, in particular, to nano-range-of-problems and mesoscopics as well as to cosmology. Both principles predict formation of objects that are not well-known or, at least, well-described so far. Among these are neutron-rich super-heavy and giant nuclei, biologic and organic-silicon mesoobjects, cosmological objects with the sizes considerably exceeding the size of a light sphere.
Kinetics of Formation of Structures Revealing Quantum Properties, 2016Co-Authors: Emil Edipovich LinAbstract:
The method developed to investigate asymptotics of forming structures with quantum properties is based on extended interpretation of the principle of unCertainty with regard to the space of object sizes and on kinetic concept about growth of these objects from small structural embryos. It can be used to obtain adequate estimates for characterizing formation of subnuclear particles and nuclei, nano-and mesostructures, astrophysical and cosmological objects. Under the proposed kinetic approach the principles of unCertainty and Absolute Certainty mutually complement each other.