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"I am in fact firmly convinced that the essentially statistical character of contemporary quantum theory is solely to be ascribed to the fact that this theory operates with an incomplete description of physical systems."
Albert Einstein







The author of this page received his doctorate under Professor Sheldon Goldstein (link: http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~oldstein/ ) of  Rutgers Mathematical Physics. My gratitude to Shelly is profound.


Other physicists with whom I've had interchanges on quantum matters are Travis Norsen of Smith College  (link: http://www.smith.edu/physics/) and Roderich Tumulka of Rutgers University Mathematical Physics (link:  http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~tumulka/ )


Finally, I want to mention here a good and constant internet friend with whom I discussed physics online for almost a decade, Phillip E. Warnell ( link: http://oddandsods.blogspot.com/ ).




For readable and a brief essay on quantum philosophy, please see this link:
Hemmick Quantum Foundations



By way of self-promotion, may I state that I collaborated on the upcoming book

"Bell's Theorem and Quantum Realism"  (link: http://www.springer.com/physics/quantum+physics/book/978-3-642-23467-5 )

with Professor Asif  M. Shakur (link:  http://www.salisbury.edu/physics/ ) of Salisbury University, in Salisbury Maryland (USA).


Composed with care by
Douglas L. Hemmick, Ph.D.
© 2011