Discussion on the Energy Conservation Paradox of Quantum Physics
This paper claims that quantum theory falls into a fundamental conflict with the concepts of energy conservation inferred from the interacting systems’ statistical evolution. By the principles of Lagrangian mechanics, the gist is the energy of processes, leaving their energy associated with phase flows of non-invariant phase volume out of account. The quantum theory takes this fact into account, but This is wrongly performed. By posing paradoxes and a case study, we illustrate that. The term vortex energy was invoked for classification to prove the paradoxes, but we have provided the material for rethinking traditional practise with its values.
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Dr. V. E. Shapiro
Vancouver BC, Canada.
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