A novel and revolutionary way of viewing the world, the main postulates of the quantum theory include...

1. Light exhibits dual wave-particle behaviour as does all matter. The photoelectric effect and the discovery of light having momentum led to this belief and the theory that energy is absorbed and emitted in finite 'chunks' called quanta. The wavelength of macroscopic material, however, has such a small wavelength that we still treat them with the laws of Newtonian mechanics rather than wave mechanics. Since electrons have a tiny mass, however, their wavelength becomes somewhat significant.

2. Werner Heisenberg and Erwin Schrödinger went one step further on this. Heisenberg said if we know the position of the electron outside the nucleus we have no idea what its momemtum is and vice versa. Schrödinger then took this into account and proposed a new model of the atom. This is often illustrated as an electron cloud, where the denser the cloud, the greater the probability is of finding an electron.

3. A natural consequence of this is that there is an inherent imprecision in nature. The physical world is just based on probabilty.

(That's my attempt at explaining it. I'm not shocked by the theory so don't assume I know what I'm talking about.)

1. Light exhibits dual wave-particle behaviour as does all matter. The photoelectric effect and the discovery of light having momentum led to this belief and the theory that energy is absorbed and emitted in finite 'chunks' called quanta. The wavelength of macroscopic material, however, has such a small wavelength that we still treat them with the laws of Newtonian mechanics rather than wave mechanics. Since electrons have a tiny mass, however, their wavelength becomes somewhat significant.

2. Werner Heisenberg and Erwin Schrödinger went one step further on this. Heisenberg said if we know the position of the electron outside the nucleus we have no idea what its momemtum is and vice versa. Schrödinger then took this into account and proposed a new model of the atom. This is often illustrated as an electron cloud, where the denser the cloud, the greater the probability is of finding an electron.

3. A natural consequence of this is that there is an inherent imprecision in nature. The physical world is just based on probabilty.

(That's my attempt at explaining it. I'm not shocked by the theory so don't assume I know what I'm talking about.)

by jeffrey_smith June 7, 2005

a theory in physics based on the concept of the subdivision of radiant energy into finite quanta and applied to numerous processes involving tranference or transformation of energy in an atomic or molecular scale.

by hawk May 30, 2003

by the_unknown November 29, 2012

Quantum Balkan Theory describes the theory that any attempted discussion of the 1991-2001 Balkan Yugoslavian wars will end up confusing everyone involved due to the complex and sometimes senseless nature of the conflicts

At this point, the group of geography nerds decided to just move on to another topic as they had quickly succumbed to quantum balkan theory when the borders of Croatia and Serbia were brought up.

by TornadoAP June 27, 2021

Quantum field theory is a postulate that the most difficult "important" problem in mathematics--the Riemann Hypothesis--is the solution to the "hard incompleteness" problem in computer science.

In other words: the draw-distance that is equivalent to the surface area of a transfinite space is also equal to the surface area of a wavelet (complex number).

In other words: the draw-distance that is equivalent to the surface area of a transfinite space is also equal to the surface area of a wavelet (complex number).

The most difficult problem in computer science is the hard problem of indeterminacy (also called the hard problem of incompleteness).

The most 'complete' difficult problem in mathematics is the Riemann Hypothesis: the idea that the surface area of a transfinite space is equal to the draw-distance between two trans-finite spaces and that that draw-distance is equivalent to the surface area of the complex number or wavelet between the transfinite space and its adjacent transfinite space.

Quantum field theory speculates that equivalency equates to equality by hypothesizing that the draw-distance between two transfinite spaces being equivalent to the surface area of a wavelet ('half-moon') is a statement of equality between a polynomial-complete time-series and non-polynomial complete time-series.

In other words; equality is a statement of equivalency.

The most 'complete' difficult problem in mathematics is the Riemann Hypothesis: the idea that the surface area of a transfinite space is equal to the draw-distance between two trans-finite spaces and that that draw-distance is equivalent to the surface area of the complex number or wavelet between the transfinite space and its adjacent transfinite space.

Quantum field theory speculates that equivalency equates to equality by hypothesizing that the draw-distance between two transfinite spaces being equivalent to the surface area of a wavelet ('half-moon') is a statement of equality between a polynomial-complete time-series and non-polynomial complete time-series.

In other words; equality is a statement of equivalency.

by flightfacilities January 4, 2022