Quantum physics and logic.

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By idea, a good scientific theory must have three components: arena, stuff and a set of physics laws.

In quantum theory these three components look strange:

1- the arena is really unknown, an math imaginary ''an absolute four-dimensional spacetime''

2 - the stuff is ‘’like-seems-particles’’ and ‘’like-seems-waves’’ which have ''like-seems-spin''

which when ''collapses" needs "method of renormalization" to bring itself back to existence.

3- the essences of quantum laws have probability basis.

Under these circumstances we are chess players who attempt to play an imaginary game

on the imaginary checkerboard of world.

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Therefore we can read strange comments about Quantum theory:

''I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics''

/Richard Feynman/

“The truth is, everyone is confused by quantum physics.”

/David Walton/

''If you are not completely confused by quantum mechanics, you do not understand it''

/ John Wheeler /

''Quantum mechanics makes absolutely no sense''

/Roger Penrose/

‘’Philosophy of quantum physics is certainly not the place where logic lives.’’

/Somebody wrote/

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By idea, a good scientific theory must have three components: arena, stuff and a set of physics laws.

In quantum theory these three components look strange:

1- the arena is really unknown, an math imaginary ''an absolute four-dimensional spacetime''

2 - the stuff is ‘’like-seems-particles’’ and ‘’like-seems-waves’’ which have ''like-seems-spin''

which when ''collapses" needs "method of renormalization" to bring itself back to existence.

3- the essences of quantum laws have probability basis.

Under these circumstances we are chess players who attempt to play an imaginary game

on the imaginary checkerboard of world.

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Therefore we can read strange comments about Quantum theory:

''I think I can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics''

/Richard Feynman/

“The truth is, everyone is confused by quantum physics.”

/David Walton/

''If you are not completely confused by quantum mechanics, you do not understand it''

/ John Wheeler /

''Quantum mechanics makes absolutely no sense''

/Roger Penrose/

‘’Philosophy of quantum physics is certainly not the place where logic lives.’’

/Somebody wrote/

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