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The Uncertainties of the Uncertainty Principle, Part 2:
What Heisenberg missed
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
J Aetherom Res, Volume 2, Issue 8 (December 2010), pp. 1-30
Article ID: JAR02-08-01
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The world of the quantum, which encompasses all particles of matter at rest or in motion, photons and massbound charges, is thought to be a world of uncertainty. Yet, the present communication treats the quantum as merely an invariant moment situated at the convergence of very
different energy (fine-) structures and processes, all of which permit accurate measurement of
particle velocities and their associated wave functions. In the aetherometric approach, a particle and
its waves form an energy multiplicity. The outcome of the proposed algebraic analysis is a novel, non-classical and nonrelativistic theory of photoinertial and electroinertial linear momenta that treats
heisenberg-ian "path distances" as functions of the de Broglie wavelengths, and all photoinertial and
electromagnetic energy events as byproducts of electrical processes. Bohr complementarity is easily
avoided, once the Heisenberg Principle is demonstrated to be an erroneous interpretation of the
quantum nature of the energy processes associated with massbound particles.